Posted: Today at 12:42
I agree. Osteopathy is a pseudoscientific belief system developed in 1874 by Andrew Still. That is not to deny that it is partially mainstreamed, and that the borders onto physiotherapy and chiropractic are blurred, or that good people can learn the wrong things or can end up giving good advice for the wrong reasons. You mention trigger points. That is also pseudoscience.
In short I agree with the posts already - see a doctor or a physio. These people learn medicine, see hundreds of cases, and also see the results of their advice after their treatments. That will more likely give you the right answer than a couple of anecdotes here. After all, it is also a known bias to weight word of mouth stories more than they deserve, and you need to guard against this too.