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L4/L5 sever disc desiccation

I need advice from someone who has similar problem. I recently had an MRI with the following impression: At L4/L5 level, there is severe disc desiccation with a broad-based posterior disc bulge causing mild central canal stenosis and mild bilateral neural foraminal stenosis.
I am going to my internal medicine physician today for the official report.
I have a million questions. The main one being, how can I stay active and keep my spine healthy? I'm a group exercise instructor and used to high intensity exercise along with weight lifting. What movements will help? What movements will cause further damage?
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