The Althea Racing rider suffered a fracture to his right wrist during a crash at the Assen round in the middle of April with a CT scan revealing he also had a momentarily lapse of consciousness.
He was forced to sit out the race in Italy on 10 May, but will be back on the bike at next weekend's Donington Park round.
"I'm impatient for Donington Park to come, after the accident in Holland," the Spaniard said. "I’ve finished my rehabilitation and am continuing to gain strength in my wrist; I feel quite good.
"To stop for a month and miss the team’s home round was hard, but the only important thing was to try to get back in shape as soon as possible.
"I can’t wait to get back on my Ducati and, above all, see my team; they’ve all been really supportive over these last weeks."