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MRI done. What does the report indicate, recommended treatment?

My MRI showed the following impressions: Marked (1.5) cm anterilisthesis of L% on secondary to bilateral spondylolysis of L5. Severe bilateral foraminal narrowing is present at this level. Annular tear of the L4-L5 disc with a small herniation which does not in any canal compromise. Please advise on what treatments are available.
Asked On : Tue, 10 Apr 2012
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Hello and Thanks for writing in at HCM
The nature of treatment lots depend on the symptoms, clinical examination along with MRI report. But according to MRI the treatment you can prefer are:
1. Drug therapy: Analgesic with nerve tonic drugs.
2. LS belt
3. Physiotherapy
4. Avoid jerky movements of spine
5. Use hard bed to sleep and no pillow
If your symptoms are worse and not relieved by the medication and precautions than you might go for surgery. Consult your doctor for better options.
Best Wishes
Dr. Dinesh Kumar Bhatia
Health Care Magic
Answered: Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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