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Lumbar Spondylosis and sport?

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,671
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:26 AM in Lower Back Pain

I am an 18 years old boy and three months ago i was diagnosed a lumbar spondylosis.
I only feel pain when I bend but that pain is here for whole three months. I am also a sport person. So questions are:
1.)Can i do sports beside swiming and cycling?
2.)Can i hear your opinion on lumbar spondylosis and what exercises do you sugest me to do to help my lower back?

Sorry for my english, and thanks in advance


  • First off your English is just fine!

    Did you ask your doctor what kind of sports and exercising you could do? That would be your first step. Maybe your doctor could recommend a physical therapist to guide you with both exercises and the correct form your body should be in as you do them.

    A word a caution I hope you'll take to heart. You are young but already you are diagnosed with a very painful condition that will only get worse as you age. Please use great caution as you consider your activities, even something as simple as moving a tv.

    Best wishes,
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