Apparently it may be too incriminating for a surgeon to specify activities that one can or cannot do, once that 5-6 month mark has passed.
I am unable to ascertain from my surgeon: can we ever do the BLT after wards?
Bending: ''No, no reason to be on all fours, cleaning a floor, picking up, ever.''
''Lifting? Well how much heavy things are you going to be picking up?'' (don't know 10lbs, 30? Not a lumber jack.)
Twisting: as in making normal turns and movements in one's home?
All of this was technically, 'Never to do', no reason.
What does that mean? Never play tennis, golf, mini-golf? Make beds, unload groceries from the trunk?
''Don't do movements if it hurts.''
Well, I never hurt my back, until I apparently needed the surgery.
Now I can not move normally, unless it hurts. hummm