Anthony - the info you have provided is far too limited for anyone to give a definitive answer....this is only the net. However as Cougie say, many people train with limitations.......I would imagine it's up to you to decide that it won't limit you more than it need to ?
I'm limited.........we all are by something. Don't be defined by the limitation - it would be easy to focus on that. Ignore it, get good advice from physio and enjoy
I didn't mean it critically Anthony. I think the net can provide advice etc but your question possibly needs an answer that can only come from professionals with the results and you in front of them
Wht Cougie and I have said is still true - be as positive as you can and don't let it limit you. Good Luck with the neuro drs
Sounds like Spina Bifida Occulta possibly with a degree of spinal cord tethering.
Around 20% of people have some form of this condition, and most don't know about it unless they happen to have an xray or scan for some reason.
There's an Australian info sheet here.
A net doctor answer here.
The wikipedia page and a personal website someone with quite severe symptoms.
May give you some background to prepare for the neurology appointment.
Keep up the training. GL
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