Kinda, but as I said. Never had back pain that's related to sitting, only from quick turns, or not lifting things correctly etc. Stupid things. And the few times that happens all you gotta do is be in activity. Which of course you suggested yourself, that much we agree onYou did exactly what I'm suggesting. You stopped sitting and became active/mobile! Aka, you weren't sedentary anymore!
Sure it can, but it's not a guarantee. I have myself had it in both knees for 13-14 years. Doesn't bother me, unless I kneel or squat which is pretty much impossible.Osgood-schlatters is supposed to go away with rest.
Now I was never informed, not even by my doctors to get rest for my knees or any form for rehabilitation. So it's a no-brainer that it never went away.
Instead it ended up getting cartilage damage according to some recent scans, going to get second opinions though. Because my GP is the typical "nothing to do about that" type, here have some drugs.
I just want the future to come asap, chop my legs off and get robotic ones instead! would be awesome until someone hacked into my new fancy legs and walked me off a cliff!