How to treat reoccurent spondylolysis in my L5 vertebrae?

See the Spinal surg- Eon who has treated you, as he would have options to help you, as he knows you, has treated you, knows the local condition of your back, etc and whatever previous treatments were used. Spinal fusion or a redo fusion might be an option. Check with him/her. Good luck.

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My 13-year-old son has spondylolysis with minimum spondylolisthesis of the L5 vertebrae. Is this serious?

No. In most cases, no. Conservative measures usually work and a normal active life is possible. Read more...
Yes. He should see a pediatric spine surgeon. He may benefit from wearing a brace and limited physical activity until the spondylolysis heals. If this does not heal and progresses or becomes very painful he may need a spinal fusion. Read more...