I'm not posting this to be critical of Physios but rather because I'm grateful Rolfing has always acknowledged the psychological.
So often I see low back pain that's about the fear of moving like the article mentions. A little twinge in the lower back triggers a stiffening, the stiffening brings more pain & the back becomes more solid and a vicious cycle becomes established.
How can Rolfing help? Well the hands on work can start to reduce the tensions and restore more movement, work on the legs can give the back more support to relax into. Alongside that we can talk about allowing more movement to happen, letting go of the urge to tighten up. Seeing a bit of pain not as the start of the vicious cycle above, but just because you've had a busy day playing with kids, grandkids, done a big walk or just used your body for the things you want to do.
No one gets to lead a life free of pain, but everyone can have less pain. Over and over I've seen my work help many people to have less pain.