My wife is facing back pain. She is 39 yrs 5 ft 3 inch and of 54 kg. She does not have any medical history or any other problem. She has never been under gone any surgery etc.
She was advised MRI for this problem.
The MRI Report is as follows:
"The study shows chronic degeneration of L1-L2, L4-L5 and L5-S1 inter vertebral discs with diffuse posterior disc prolapse causing indentation on the spinal canal and bilateral neural foraminae.
Focal angular kyphosis at L1-L2 causing indentation on the spinal canal.
Bilateral facetal joint hypertrophy at L3-L4, L4-L5 and L5-S1 level causing narrowing of bilateral neural foraminae and compressing the bilateral nerve roots.
Anterior spondylotic changes are seen a all the lumbar levels with Type II Modic changes at L5-S1 level.
VERTEBRA: Rest od the vertebral bodies, pedicles, lominae, spinous and transverse process show normal MR morphology, alignment and signal pattern. The bony spinal canal apperas normal at each. Rest of the facet joints appear normal.
IV DISC Anterior longitudinal ligament and posterior longitudinal ligament appear normal.
AP canal diameter at interverterbral discs (in mm) are as folows
Disc L1-L2 L2-L3 L3-L4 L4-L5 L5-S1
MM 16.0 20.0 16.0 15.5 16.0
SPINAL CORD The conus medullaris and roots of cauda equina are normal in size, shape and signal pattern. No evidence of intrinsic mass lesion seen withing the hecal sac. The pre and paraspinal regions do no show any demonstrable pathology.
CERVICODORSAL SPINE SCREENING Chronic degeneration of all the cerical intervertebral discs.
Focal angular kyphosis at C5-C6 level causing focal indentation on the spinal canal and ventral thecal sac.
CHRONIC DEGENERATION OF L1-L2, L4-L5 AND L5-S1 INTER VERTEBRAL DISCS WITH DIFFUSE POSTERIOR DISC PROLAPSE CAUSING INDENTATION ON THE SPINAL CANAL AND BILATERAL NEURAL FORAMINAE.
FOCAL ANGULAR KYPHOSIS AT L1-L2 CAUSING INDENTATION ON THE SPINAL CANAL.
BILATERAL FACETAL JOINT HYPERTROPHY AT L3-L4, L4-L5 AND L5-S1 LEVEL CAUSING NARROWING OF BILATERAL NEURAL FORAMINAE AND COMPRESSING THE BILATERAL NERVE ROOTS.
ANTERIOR SPONDYLOTIC CHANGES ARE SEEN A ALL THE LUMBAR LEVELS WITH TYPE II MODIC CHANGES AT L5-S1 LEVEL. "
can it be cured through yoga / physical therapy/ Ayurveda, if please advise yogic exercise and medicine.