Knees are also quite sensitive to the appearance of TRP’s, and usually, people feeling this pain in either their legs or knees tend to have difficulty with ascending and descending stairs. This can somewhat be solved by changing the angle of walking up and down the stairs, but the pain is still frustrating.
Having tight hamstrings is also one of the reasons why knee and leg pain is exacerbated. The bottom of the feet is also one of the places where a fibro body can accumulate a lot of pain when TRP’s show up. Contractions in the bottom of the feet are usually felt after working out or walking for a long time and then resting for a large number of hours. This main feeling can also be characterized with a burning sensation.