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The dilemma? “Doesn’t strength training stunt kids’ growth?” This old adage is still widely perpetuated and believed. Almost weekly, people ask if this is true. However, this belief is outdated and does not hold up at all when we take a closer look. The concern around kids’ strength training is that lifting weights will put […]

1. Do I Need a Doctor’s Referral? Physiotherapists do NOT need a referral from a doctor. We can work on you and your pain with or without a referral. Our physiotherapists do their own assessment, so your doctor’s assessment of your pain is not essential to your treatment. The ONLY reason you might need a […]

At Endeavour, we see a ton of ankle sprains, and while it is especially common among athletes, it is also a common injury for the general population. Early intervention is critical with this injury. Just as important, though, is seeing the treatment through to full recovery to ensure this injury doesn’t wreak havoc on the […]

Ever wondered if you lift weights safely? What your squat looks like? Have you been too intimidated to go into the weight room at your gym because you’re afraid of hurting yourself? In general, adding weight to your workouts is a great way to move better and improve your overall health. However, if you’re not […]

Lower back pain is a common complaint that affects 80% of the general population. Adults frequently experience back pain, but many of them accept it as a normal part of aging, but it doesn’t have to be. Whether your back pain is mild or severe, there are steps you can take to relieve the pain. […]

At the clinic, we get inquiries about back pain all the time. Do you treat lumbar stenosis? I have a bulging disc, can you help me? My sciatica is acting up again. My doctor says I have arthritis in my back, what can I do? At Endeavour, we treat back pain every day, and do […]

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 […]

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 […]