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    Causes of Lower Back Pain and Sciatica

    The 4 main causes of low back pain and sciatica

    1: Lumbar disc and facet joint sprains

    2: Herniated Discs

    3: Degeneration of the spine

    4: Sacroiliac Dysfunction

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    Most commonly, mechanical issues and soft-tissue injuries are the cause of low back pain. These injuries can include damage to the intervertebral discs, compression of nerve roots, and improper movement of the spinal joints. The single most common cause of lower back pain is a torn or pulled muscle and/or ligament. A low back sprain or strain can happen suddenly, or can develop slowly over time from repetitive movements.
    • Strains occur when a muscle is stretched too far and tears, damaging the muscle itself.
    • Sprains happen when over-stretching and tearing affects ligaments, which connect the bones together.
    or practical purposes, it does not matter whether the muscle or ligament is damaged, as the symptoms and treatment are the same
    Common causes of sprain and strain include:
    • Lifting a heavy object, or twisting the spine while lifting
    • Sudden movements that place too much stress on the low back, such as a fall
    • Poor posture over time
    • Sports injuries, especially in sports that involve twisting or large forces of impact
    While sprains and strains do not sound serious and do not typically cause long-lasting pain, the acute pain can be quite severe.

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    Most commonly, mechanical issues and soft-tissue injuries are the cause of low back pain. These injuries can include damage to the intervertebral discs, compression of nerve roots, and improper movement of the spinal joints. The single most common cause of lower back pain is a torn or pulled muscle and/or ligament. A low back sprain or strain can happen suddenly, or can develop slowly over time from repetitive movements.
    ? Strains occur when a muscle is stretched too far and tears, damaging the muscle itself.
    ? Sprains happen when over-stretching and tearing affects ligaments, which connect the bones together.
    or practical purposes, it does not matter whether the muscle or ligament is damaged, as the symptoms and treatment are the same
    Common causes of sprain and strain include:
    ? Lifting a heavy object, or twisting the spine while lifting
    ? Sudden movements that place too much stress on the low back, such as a fall
    ? Poor posture over time
    ? Sports injuries, especially in sports that involve twisting or large forces of impact
    While sprains and strains do not sound serious and do not typically cause long-lasting pain, the acute pain can be quite severe.

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