How to Relieve Back Knots Discomfort

Man holding a painful back due to back knottsYou’ve probably noticed that many of us have a poor posture which is causing over stretching of the back muscles. This often causes back knots discomfort. Poor posture, over-used muscles and back injuries can cause strained back muscles.

Physiotherapy treatment is one of the best solutions for back knots discomfort. Others are pain relievers, anti inflammatory medicine like Ibuprofen, hot and cold compress and massage therapy, which can all relieve the pain on a temporary basis. For long term solutions to back knots, a clinical physiotherapy approach is a good way to start the process to recovery.

We should be aware that muscles need enough nutrients and blood in order to function well. In order to prevent back knots discomfort, try to sit properly if you work in an office, modify your lifestyle, and try not to sit in the same position for a long time. You must take a break, stretch out once in a while in order not to strain back muscles.

Sheffield Physiotherapy is a practice where you can find help curing back knots, and a personal approach to maintaining a healthy lifestyle; one which ultimately leads to less issues with back pain and troublesome knots.


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Lewis Payne

Lewis graduated from The University of Nottingham in 2013 with a First Class Honours in Physiotherapy, worked as Sheffield F.C.’s first team Physiotherapist, and now runs a leading-edge private clinic in Sheffield. With over ten years of experience, he specialises in manual therapy, advanced technological treatments, and exercise-based approaches, focusing on spinal and joint conditions, sports injuries, and specifically complex spinal issues like disc pathology and scoliosis. Lewis leads in IDD Therapy, performing over 6000 treatments, offers MRI referrals and reviews, and employs a holistic treatment philosophy viewing the body as a Tensegrity structure. He excels in postural analysis, soft tissue release techniques, and prescribes biomechanical corrective exercises to enhance natural movement.