Knots can occur due to various reasons including repetitious movement over an extended period of time. Individuals who work in jobs where repetitive activity without variance constitutes the main part of their workday are particularly prone to this. This includes such professions as assembly-line workers, factory workers, masons, secretaries, data-entry personnel, etc. With PCs, laptops, and pads being as ubiquitous as they are nowadays in the workplace and at home, many individuals spend more time in front of a computer than ever before. This activity also constitutes a repetitive motion activity as we hold our arms, hands, and necks in one specific position for extended periods of time without variance of movement while typing, scrolling, clicking, etc. These computer-related activities can also lead to the development of knots in various parts of the hands, arm, shoulder, and neck areas just as in jobs where repetitious movement is the mainstay of the work done. Workers and individuals who engage in such repetitious activity are more prone to developing repetitive motion injuries caused by muscle adhesions gone awry including muscular dysfunctions such as carpal tunnel syndrome. This occurs when the muscle adhesions progress to a point where they affect the connecting tendons of a certain region of the body such as the wrist. Regular deep tissue massage therapy in the arms, forearms, and shoulder areas is a great way to prevent this and other conditions caused by repetitious muscular activity as well as alleviate it.