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Posterocentral disc protrusion with annular tear seen L3-L4, L4-L5 , L5-S1 level causing the cal sa

InbasaIInbasa Posts: 1
edited 03/05/2015 - 9:06 PM in Lower Back Pain
Hi...I'm 37 yrs old male.. I used to be a competitive triple jumper and turned to be fitness enthusiast and lifted some serious workouts for the past 25 years and I ride sports bilke .... I have this chronic lower back condition and went for the MRI recently and found out these conditions ..

1. Disc desiccation with diffuse bulge and marginal osteophytes at multiple lumbar levels

2. Posterocentral disc protrusion with annular tear seen L3-L4, L4-L5 , L5-S1 level causing the cal sac indentation , narrowing bilateral neural forming compressing the existing nerve roots

3. Posterior disc bulge with annular tear at L2- L3 level causing the cal sac indentation and mild narrowing of bilateral neural foramina

4. Mild hyper central disc bulge at L1 - L2 level causing the cal sac indentation and mild narrowing of right neural foramina.

I have no pain shooting down my legs or no tingling sensation or no weakness on my legs .. I'm on complete rest now and avoid motor bikes... I would like to know from experts that what should I do to completing recover from this condition and lead a healthy life style ... Plz advice ..


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