Hi, what your result means is that you have ligaments ( with cartilage tissue ) between your spine discs .
In your case, there is an herniation in the lumbar disc L1 . This middle back disc has slipped out of its normal location .
As consequence , the nerve roots that travel through that space could become compressed producing pain or there could be certain level of inflammation or irritation which can produce pain .This occurs when the vertebrae ,where the herniation is located , rub one against the other.
In most cases, doctors treat this condition with anti-inflammatory medication and pain medication.
The treatment also include physical therapy
Most cases of back disc herniations improve with these measures , surgery is usually not performed . It is usually the last option .
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