How long does a ruptured Achilles tendon take to heal after treatment?

Achilles rupture. It depends on whether this is treated nonsurgical vs. Surgical and the degree of the tear.
It depends. This involves knowing the cause of injury and if the tear was repaired by surgery or just immobilization.
6-8 weeks. If the tendon is repaired surgically, it can take 6-8 weeks for the tendon the heal. However, recovery takes 4-6 months.
6 to 8 weeks. Depending on treatment, it could take up to 10 weeks.
Depends on severity. A partial tear that does not need surgery can heal in 3 to 4 weeks. A ruptured achilles that needs surgical repair will be a lengthy process: 3 to 4 week with cast and crutches, another 3 weeks in a walking cast then another 3 weeks of physical therapy to restore strength, flexibility and motion.
Achilles tendon. There are many variables to consider. Age of the person, any co-existing medical problems, how long after rupture treatment initiated and what treatment given just to name a few.