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Spondylolysis Playing Sports
How often does bilateral spondylolysis at l5 occur. No trauma, no sports, no providers can think of the cause. More to the story?
Fairly common: And is caused by a genetic defect in one of the parts of the vertebral bone allowing the vertebra to slip. This is genetic (you were born with the defect) and you did not cause it. Mostly bad luck. That's probably what the docs are telling you. Many people live with this with no problems whatsoever. Others learn to cope with strengthening exercises (yoga), safe pain relief, and good posture. ...Read more
Eat right.: More protein and fewer carbs! the protein will keep you from losing muscle, while you burn fat. The typical diet that is hyopcaloric will cause one pound of muscle loss per three pounds of fat loss. Not good. With exercise and enough protein, you can add muscle, while losing body fat! ...Read more
I'm male 28years old length 1.68m wight 95k 1.5 year playing sports and flow diets but it's profitless the wight still the same. What's the problem?
BMI33.7,NEED DIET: Only way you can loose weight is by going on a low calorie balanced diet low in carbohydrates with elimination of sugar containing drinks, fruit juices high fiber, plenty vegetables, fruits and proteins with limited swaturated fats and three meals a day and cut down on snacks and junk food exercise regularly besides playing sports. ...Read more
Heyi am a 20y old young student. I have played sports at high level my whole life but i quit since two years. I am experiencing heartskips. Any help?
Can't dance.Steps r nt clear.Can't play any sports as I can't determine from what direction the ball is coming.Nevr had problems with reading/ writing?
God's Lemon ?..: Bad luck....God's lemon....See a PMD...they may figure out something. ...Read more
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