Low back pain is a substantial health problem because of its high prevalence and high recurrence rate. Once LBP becomes chronic, it can have a profound effect on an individual’s life, leading to disability and considerable socioeconomic costs. Chronic low back pain is usually defined as pain lasting three months or more. CLBP patients usually experience pain during activity [8,9]. Such pain results in fear of movement, especially lifting, leading to avoidance behavior and subsequent disability. Unfortunately, that behavior may be reinforced by physiotherapists who fear that pain during activity may indicate harm to their patients.