Did they say grade 3 spondylolisthesis this condition is when one vertebra has slipped forward in relation to the vertebra below it there are five grades grade 5 is the worst. It is due to a fracture of the pars Interarticularis at the rear of the vertebra. Prolapsed means ruptured if you didnt know.
Sometimes the results of radiology tests have been kept from me i don't think much of docs who do this but it is common.
Here is what my MRI report says as I managed to get a copy.
MRI of spine (lower): There is disc degeneration at L2/L3 level with a Schmorl's node and annular bulging. The degeneration would appear to be Grade 3. The remaining discs appear normal. There is no evidence of facet osteoarthritis. The sacroiliac joints are normal. There is no evidence of nerve root compression and all foramina are normal. The conus is normal.
Hi ds your MRI report doesnt sound that bad at least it only shows problems at one level, a schmorl's node is when the tough outer coating of the disc bursts open, and penetrates into the top or bottom of the vertebral body.
no as far as i know there is no treatment for them some docters say they dont cause any problems but to me this is probably doctor standard doctor bs but i could be wrong try a google search you might turn something up