Re: Lower Back pain and Knee pains and right leg tingling
The good news is that your spine is mostly healthy! You some very early signs of aging: diffuse disc bulge and mild facet arthosis.
The diffuse disc bulge means that your discs are a little squished, but not interfering with any spinal structures (no central canal stenosis, no foraminal stenosis). The central canal is where your primary spinal nerves reside, and the foramen are where the nerves exit the spine to go to the areas of the body they control.
The mild facet arthrosis means that you have a little bit of natural aging in the joints at the back of the spine. These joints are the bony protrusions that you can actually feel along your back.
The tingling and pain could be unrelated to your back. However, they could be related. If you had the MRI performed while lying down, it won't show the effect of gravity on your back. When you had the X-rays taken, were you lying down, standing, bending?
The fact that your leg hurts while jogging suggests that the compression from the force of running may be pushing the discs beyond a mild bulge. Do you wear appropriate shoes? And, do you engage in any core strengthening exercises? If not, the jogging could be compressing the disc further, causing a nerve to be affected.
You also may have injured a nerve when you fell.
Until your back pain/leg pain resolves, you might want to stop jogging. And, strengthening the core muscles is always good.