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MRI lower spine findings

Hello guys ,
I am new to here and would like to introduce myself firstly , I am 43 year old male , fit and exercise on a daily basis .
For the past 3 months i have been suffering from lower back stifness,sciatic nerve pain and unable to walk more than a merely 300 metres. Cycling and swimming have not been effected so thank god i managed to keep fit . After many treatments such as acupuncture,chiro,deep tissue massages were unsuccessful I took a scan yesterday ;
MRI conclusions ;
Disk protrusion at L4-L5 causing spinal canal narrowing and impingement on the transiting L5 nerve roots bilaterally.

I will be seeing my doctor next week but would highly appreciate any kind of help for these findings.



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