What is the most common cause of mid lower back pain?

Muscle strain. Rhomboid or the top of lumbar erector muscles as they splice with thoracic erectors.
Many possibilities. Not medical history....But .The most frequent causes of lower back pain are : muscle sprain, accidents, pinch nerve, posture, scoliosis, sciatic.Go with your pcp, good physical exam, my be need some x/r.Other test.

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