Low Back Pain: 7 Common Causes | Merck Manuals Consumer Version

The most common cause of low back pain is muscle strain or ligament sprains (ligaments are short, tough bands of tissue that hold your bones together at a joint). This may happen on one or both sides of your back. Your pain gets worse with movement and better with rest.

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