This encompasses nutrition, movement and strength as discussed before, but also many other things that tie it all together such as sleep, exposure to bacteria, getting enough daylight and mood. Someone might have a six pack and be able to achieve impressive sporting feats, looking like the pinnacle of health. However, their body could be struggling on the inside. Physical health is important, but so is mental and social health as well.
An individual is more likely to have pain if they are depressed or don't sleep well. Often these things come with other lifestyle problems such as IBS or diabetes. So if we have to take a birds eye view of your lifestyle to see what could be holding you back or potentially contributing to your pain. This is often hard work as is any lifestyle change, but the long term results are definitely worth it.