The Possibility Of A Dislocated Spine Can Heal Completely?
I was diagnosed with spondylothesis. Doctors provide several treatments such as physiotherapy and the use of a back girdle. In addition, the doctor also gave me medicine in the form of paracetamol and anti-inflammatory. However, he did not explain in detail whether this disease can be cured 100 percent without surgery. Doctors only explain some things that can be done and some activities that must be stopped. Because I like swimming, and some other things the doctor only allows me to swim and does not recommend other sports. The doctor said I have to swim regularly for life at least 2x a week. Does that mean I can’t fully recover?
Spondylolisthesis is a condition in which the spine (usually the spine) shifts from its proper position. When this gets worse, it can cause spinal cord compression.
The existence of medical rehabilitation measures, installation of corsets and also sports activities according to your doctor's recommendations, is expected to prevent this complaint from increasing and getting worse. So that the probability of recovery of patients with this condition with non-surgical measures can be around 80%, and if surgery is performed they can experience prevention of recurrence and achieve recovery of around 85-90%.
However, you should discuss with your orthopedic surgeon regarding your clinical condition. Because the severity or level of complaints that you feel depends on the shift of bones, nerve compression, and also the implications for both of these things.
If the treatment planned by your doctor refers to the process of recovery and medical rehabilitation, then you can live it well according to your condition.
Thus the information that we can convey, also read the prognosis.