- Sep 12, 2020
I’ve been dealing with it for years. They can perform liposuction if I remember correctly but the thought of that procedure on my spine doesn’t sit well with me. It’s like any other injury or ailment to me I just work around it and have to put a lot of thought into programming my movements in my routine at the gym. I also put as much effort into my post workout recovery as I do my actual routine as far as massage and mobility. I’m stubborn so I refuse to take any pain meds. The weirdest part is when they discovered it in a ct scan the dr said it was interesting because it’s rare and it’s usually found in very obese people or women with Cushing disease. I honestly think abusing steroids when I was younger might’ve had something to do with it as I found a study of a bodybuilder who had it that was believed to be link to his anabolic steroid usage.I had to google this one. Hadn't heard of it. How are you handling that? Is there a way to permanently fix it? I have so much respect for guys who have issues like this and keep at it. I fucked my knee up and theres some hardware in there but I can only imagine having to deal with back issues. My buddy is a fighter and hes got bulging discs and hes been able to keep doing what he does by keeping his core strong.