Part 1 of 3 Series about Low Back Pain - WHY Does This Happen? - The Physio Revolution

Part 1 of 3 Series about Low Back Pain – WHY Does This Happen?

Hey there, it’s Brooke!

I wanted to get a jump start on helping you understand your back pain a little better by doing a 3 part series on low back pain… since it is the #1 issue we see here at The Physio Revolution.

Part 1 is all about the WHY!

In this video you are going to learn about:

  1. Why low back pain is so common and prevalent…
  2. What we are doing in our every day that causes low back pain…
  3. And what to symptom to watch out for when it’s time to go see someone about it!

Watch the video here to gain more insight:


Now this will help you see the signs and symptoms of when to get in to see someone and why low back pain is so prevalent due to things we find ourselves doing all too often in a day.

Not all back issues are caused by these 2 reasons…

But, they do set us up for a higher probability of possibly having some occurrence of back pain in your lifetime.

If you suffer from low back pain and would like to just talk to a physical therapist (physiotherapist) about your specific scenario to learn more about what we do and make sure we are a good fit for you…

We offer a free Discovery Visit to those people who are yet a little skeptical, nervous and frightened that they don’t know if The Physio Revolution is going to be a good fit for them.

We understand you have choices, and we like to make sure you make the CORRECT choice 1st before becoming our client!

Look out in the future for Part 2 on how to self assess your own back!

Talk soon.

To Your Health & Happiness,


Brooke Olsen

Brooke Olsen

Co-Founder, Director of Physical Therapy
Brooke is a physical therapist, director of physical therapy, and co-founder at The Physio Revolution. She has worked with professional athletes from Olympic level and recreational weekend warriors to others who are in need of regaining their independence and mobility back in their everyday life. Brooke works extensively with all of the PT’s and spends a vast amount of her time ensuring our treatment plans keep pace with the rapid advancements that make physical therapy so effective and such a ‘go-to’ profession for people aged 45+.
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