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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 […]

Physiotherapist looking at ankle as woman performs a calf raise.|Leg with acupuncture needles inserted.|Man analyzing the movement of a lower leg.
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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 […]

There are many people out there just like you. They are aware that they could probably do a better job of taking care of their bodies, but they don’t take the necessary steps to make it a reality. Those are the people that say they don’t have time to get treatment, or the time to […]

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 […]

Desk work can take a toll on your body. From tight hips to back pain, your body can suffer from sitting all day. We’ve taken you through how to set up your desk to sit comfortably, but if you’re looking to be a little more active during the day, a standing desk can be a […]

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 […]

One of the most common things we explain to our patients, more than acupuncture, more than RedCord, more than manual techniques, is adaptability. Adaptability is a concept that describes the ability we have to change or adjust the way we move to accomplish our tasks in sport, work and daily life. Every system of the […]