Bump on Spine?

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A bump on the spine may be a result of Lumbar spondylolsis. Spondylolysis happens when a crack forms in the bony ring on the back of the spinal column. This usually happens in the lower back. It can happen from repeated and too much strain. Around 6 percent of children, especially young athletes get this condition. Some possible symptoms of spondylolysis may be pain when bending backwards, stiffness, pain going down one or both legs, and a bump at injury site. Some nonsurgical treatment options are limited activity, rest, a brace, and physical therapy. Laminectomy and posterior lumbar fusion are two surgeries that may eventually be recommended for spondylolysis.
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