Osteopaths at GoPT Noida treat lower back pain by addressing any structural imbalances or areas of restricted movement that may be contributing to the pain.

GoPT Osteopathy techniques may include manipulation, stretching, and massage. GoPT Osteopathy is considered safe, but it should be done by a qualified practitioner. Osteopathic treatment for lower back pain is a holistic approach that addresses the root cause of the pain rather than just treating the symptoms. During an osteopathic session, the practitioner will perform a thorough physical examination to assess the patient’s posture, movement patterns, and range of motion. The examination may also include tests to determine the flexibility, strength, and sensation of the lower back, hips, legs, and feet.

Once the underlying cause of the lower back pain is determined, the practitioner will use a variety of manual therapy techniques to help improve the function and structure of the body. Some of the common techniques used in osteopathic treatment for lower back pain include:

Soft tissue therapy:

This may involve massage, stretching, and other techniques to relax tense muscles, improve circulation, and reduce pain and discomfort.

Joint mobilization: The practitioner may gently manipulate the joints in the lower back to improve mobility and reduce pain.


This technique involves gently stretching the affected muscles to reduce pain and tension.

Myofascial release:

This technique aims to improve the function of the connective tissues that surround and support the muscles, bones, and organs.

Craniosacral therapy:

This technique involves gentle manipulation of the skull and spinal column to help relieve pain and improve the functioning of the central nervous system.

The osteopath may also provide advice on lifestyle changes, such as posture, ergonomics, and exercise, to help prevent further episodes of lower back pain. The treatment plan will be tailored to the individual’s specific needs and symptoms and may be adjusted as the patient’s condition improves.

It’s important to note that osteopathic treatment is not a one-time cure for lower back pain and may require multiple sessions for optimal results. The practitioner will work with the patient to develop a long-term plan for managing their condition and reducing the risk of future pain and injury.