The global postural reeducation treatmentis a physical therapy process generated by Phillippe-Emmanuel Souchard in France. This approach was created on the basis of the integrated idea of the muscular system as formed by the chain of muscles which can experience shortening. It could be a result of the behavioral, constitutional and psychological factors. The primary objective of the global postural reeducation is to stretch the shortened muscles with the aid of the creep property of the viscoelastic tissue as well as to enhance the contracting abilities of the antagonist muscles so that postural asymmetry could be avoided. Although thisback pain therapyis widely applied in the countries where Roman languages are spoken, there are studies conducted worldwide that prove the effectiveness and theoretical basis of the treatment. Therefore, your physiotherapist may recommend this as a useful treatment for alleviating numerous musculoskeletal disorders such as ankylosing spondylitis, lumbar disc herniation, and LBP. To be more specific, it is regarded as a viablephysiotherapy for back painand can improve clinical and functional measures. A treatment plan combining the oxygen-ozone therapy and global postural reeducation treatment has also been found effective in reducing pain and improving the quality of life in the individuals suffering from lumbar disc herniation right from the first session. Plus, it is also good for reducing neck pain and improving the range of motion. In recent times, the treatment is also used for treating ankylosing spondylitis. Each physical therapy session lasts one hour, with one session recommended weekly by your therapist.