What To Do When It Hurts To Pick Up Your Kids - The Physio Revolution

What To Do When It Hurts To Pick Up Your Kids

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Have you seen the highest rated holiday commercial out this year?

If you haven't, it's about a grandpa struggling to pick up a big weight...

He continues to grab this weight and try to push it up over his head.

He's on a mission to get stronger in one motion: picking up the weight and pushing the weight forward.

He continues to do this for days and weeks...

And he does it for one good reason.

To pick up his granddaughter so she can put the star on top of the Christmas Tree.

It's inspirational and one of those feel-good commercials...

So definitely watch it below if you haven't!

In this short video, I am going to cover:

  • Why it is that back pain comes right back when you pick up or play with your kids.
  • How most people are missing this one big key piece to get back to playing with their kids or grandkids again.
  • And what is the one thing that keeps most people from getting successfully out of back pain (hint: it's not coming from your back)...

You can watch the video all about Will and his journey through chronic pain by going to https://www.thephysiorevolution.org/will-case-study

But if you’ve already seen the video and are ready for our help, go to www.thephysiorevolution.org/call to speak with my team. 

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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