Risks of surgery vary based on the surgical technique but the most common risks involve bleeding, infection, nerve injury, dural tears, pseudoarthrosis failed fusionloosening of hardware, and adjacent level joint and disc degeneration.
The following sports are especially likely to cause this condition: football track and field weightlifting Spondylolysis is often a precursor to spondylolisthesis.
If surgery is used, a person will need to take the appropriate steps to recover from the procedure afterward. These more detailed scans will be able to help work out whether you have a compressed nerve in your back.
Surgery typically involves a decompression with or without fusion. They may also order physical therapy. Degenerative spondylolisthesis occurs most often after age Typical causes include: joint injury from arthritis or illness degeneration from overuse or aging birth defect spondylolysis, a defect or fracture in the pars interarticularis region tumors Diagnosis An X-ray of the back may be ordered if spondylolisthesis is suspected.
Spondylolytic Spondylolisthesis One of the bones in your lower back can break and this can cause a vertebra to slip forward. In most cases, non-surgical treatments will be recommended first. The screws and rods are usually left in place permanently. After the spinal fusion is complete, it will take four to eight months for the bones to fully fuse together.