From June 2005 to the end of 2011 I have tried multiple sessions of physical therapy and other forms of treatment.L5,S1 (the 5th lumbar vertebra and 1st sacral vertebra).
Activities should be reduced or stopped until your symptoms reduce. In most cases, a gradual return to activity is ideal. and physical therapy can evaluate and address postural and compensatory movement abnormalities such as hyperlordosis and hip flexor and lumbar paraspinal muscle tightness. may also be of benefit in reducing pain and muscle spasm.
10/24/2015 · Physical Therapy For Retrolisthesis
How is it diagnosed?
It is not common to see visible signs of a mild spondylolisthesis on physical examination of a patient, however some patients present with a palpable step defect which gives an indication of the possibility of a spondylolisthesis being present. Another visual indication is prominent, heart shaped buttocks. Spondylolistheses can often cause muscle spasms, or tightness in the hamstrings. Confirmation of a spondylolisthesis is done using X-ray examination.