Hi, Due to some typos, it is a bit hard to read,,, but here goes:
The most significant finding that you have related to me is the L5 pars defect or spondylolysis
. THis can be congenital or related to repetitive stress
. In your case this has led to L5-S1 slippage or spondylolisthesis
. However, you fortunately do not have spinal stenosis
or a narrowed spinal canal
. The reports indicated that you have bilateral "neural canal narrowing" which likely refers to the neuroforamen. This narrowing can cause nerve impingement.
Bottom line is that we treat patients not images. There are many times that patients have pain with normal lumbar spines and NO pain with abnormal lumbar spine MRI. Your doctor will need to correlate the findings and levels of disease with your symptoms and signs.
Best of luck,,,