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So, you walk into your Physio clinic, often with a concern or an injury that you would like treated. For years we have been addressing these concerns and treating various injures through exercise as one of the methods; “here’s your sheet of three exercises, I will demonstrate them for you, we will practice them in […]

If you were to ask any one of our past or current patients about what types of treatments we use here at Endeavour, the answer would inevitably come back something like this – “They do this really cool (and kinda weird) type of treatment called electro-acupuncture.”   Electro-acupuncture is far and away one of the […]

You may have heard your physiotherapist or chiropractor use terms such as soft tissue release, deep tissue massage, mobilization and manipulation.  Here is one you may have not heard: micro conditioning. After an injury or surgery, we often get swelling, pain, stiffness and lack of movement. In most cases, the pain eventually goes away as the […]

I’ve had neck issues off and on for about 10 years, dating back to an injury I suffered one night in University. I woke up the next morning and could barely move my head. Over the next few days it got significantly better, but I’ve had some degree of neck stiffness and episodic pain ever […]

Let’s flashback to October 20th, 2015 – It’s garbage time in a 44-20 blowout of the Houston Texans by the Miami Dolphins. Houston has the ball; their star running back, Arian Foster, motions to a slot receiver position. The ball is snapped. Foster takes one stride and collapses in a heap. Pain is written all […]

Acupuncture is one of the treatments we use every single day, and we see it work for people just as often. Acupuncture is not just a way to modify the flow of life energy, known as Chi. Acupuncture can stimulate brain activity and tissue changes, which help our patients move and feel better. I use […]

The knee is a complex joint, and on a recent trip to Arizona, I came to understand how my understanding of the knee and how to treat it was not the full picture. The patella essentially floats within the tendons of the quadriceps and has some movement up and down depending on how much the […]

Children are extraordinarily resilient when it comes to their physical health, whether they have suffered a little scrape or a broken bone. Our young athletes are back to full activity following injury in a fraction of the time that it would take their parents to recover. At the same time, small, seemingly insignificant injuries that […]

It was April of the final year of my undergrad at Western. I had made it through most of my 4 years doing as little work as possible, leaving things until the last minute, and other typical university habits. Studying science meant that I had written very few papers and had turned filling in those […]

With Wimbledon having started this week, we are in the most exciting stretch of tennis of the year. For the first time in over 10 years it seems conceivable that neither Roger Federer nor Rafael Nadal will win one of the 4 major tournaments of the tennis season. Their dominance over the competition throughout the […]