Ask the doctor to help look at the stretch and flexion film and see how the stability of the lumbar spine is
It looks ok. It can be further evaluated by CT and MRI. For example, the spinal canal stenosis caused by intervertebral disc herniation has caused the patient to have limited movement or incontinence. If necessary, surgical treatment can be considered. The protruding disc was removed surgically
It is suggested that in the acute stage, oral celecoxib can be combined with lumbar traction massage physiotherapy for symptomatic treatment. If the effect is not good, surgical treatment should be considered. At ordinary times, we should pay attention to rest, avoid excessive activity of the waist, and prevent standing for a long time, sitting down, bending down and sleeping on a hard board bed. Usually take part in swimming to exercise the waist and back muscles.
From the film, it doesn't matter. I hope you can face it correctly, put down your burden, rest and recuperate, reduce the occurrence of injury, fatigue and cold, actively take physical therapy locally, and then cooperate with oral drugs for promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis, detumescence and pain. If the effect is not good, go to the hospital system for formal treatment
From the picture, the intervertebral disc has mild stenosis. According to your symptoms, do you have low back pain and discomfort? In addition, do you have the feeling of emission of lower limbs and numbness of a painful limb? Generally, if it is clear, we should do magnetic resonance examination.