When you cough, sneeze or move into certain postures, a sharp or searing pain may shoot into your leg.
Numbness or tingling.
People who have low back pain often have radiating numbness or tingling in the body part controlled by the affected nerves.
The muscles controlled by the afflicted nerves will deteriorate with time which may make you trip and fall or change the way you walk.
Muscular spasms are painful, uncontrollable muscle contractions coupled with tightness.
Decreased range of motion.
Low back pain may make it hard to move or stand up straight without pain or cause diminished ability to flex the back.