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SPONDYLOLISTHESIS

Started by Mohammed Sadiq Khan on 01/30/2017 10:45am

Dear Sirs, I am a 69 years old sports man and having First Grade Spondylolisthesis. My L4 mildly slipped forward over L5 with mild disc space narrowing. Secondly, articular sclerosis and osteophytosis seen along lumber region. Tublar calcification seen anterior to lumber region? aortic sclerosis. No abnormal para-vertebral soft tissue shadows noted. Normal sacro-iliac articulations. Please advise me the treatment by E-mail. My E-mail number is sadiq-071@hotmail.com. Thanks a lot in anticipation please.

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Hello, and thanks for your post! SpineUniverse has a lot of educational content about spondylolisthesis, and we think it will shed light on what you may expect from treatment ( Spondylolisthesis Center ).

There's a wide range of treatments for spondylolisthesis. You might simply rest to recover or you could have surgery. Whatever the course of action, you can read about all the different approaches using the link above.

Best wishes for a full recovery!

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