A 36-year-old member asked:
What to do if i work out. i stretch. i eat healthy and drink lots of water yet i still get muscle knots. how can i prevent them?
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Podiatry 10 years experience
Knots: Please explain where the "muscle knots" are located? If you have some in your upper or lower back they maybe related to stress or over-working the muscle unit and become balled up and require a orthopedist/pain mgmt specialist or even a LMT. If they are in your lower leg and happen during or after activity, you may need more electrolytes before during and after workouts!
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