The most common issues caused by lumbar spine pain are degenerated discs, herniated lumbar discs, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, spondylolisthesis and muscular problems, says Spine-Health. Chronic conditions like spinal stenosis or fibromyalgia can also lead to lumbar spine pain, says WebMD.
Lumbar spine pain is pain in the lower back region, reports Spine-Health. It can happen due to irritation to nerve roots that exit the spine and problems with joints, discs, bones and muscles. Straining the body’s muscles by bending and lifting can cause muscular problems; however, this type of lumbar pain often heals on its own. Severe back pain after an injury or fall requires immediate medical attention, notes WebMD.