Nicole Endicott

Fifth Avenue Physiotherapy Team


Nicole Endicott

Nicole Endicott

BSc., MPT, CAFCI, CGIMS, Pelvic Health Therapist

Patient treating hours:
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday from 8:00 am – 2:30 pm

U of S – BSc., MPT


  • Certificate of Medical Acupuncture (AFCI – 2016)
  • Certificate of Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation Practitioner (2017)
  • Certificate of treatment of urinary incontinence & muscle retraining (2016)
  • Certificate of male and female pelvic pain (2018)

Nicole has been passionate about medicine and movement her entire life. Her treatment philosophy is based on patient education, manual therapy, IMS and individualized exercise prescription. Her clientele ranges from children to seniors, with a special interest in women’s health prenatal & postpartum populations. She also is well versed in sports injuries, motor vehicle rehabilitation and assisting people in their active lifestyle. Nicole is a lifelong learner and continues to take many classes in the advanced orthopedic manual and manipulative therapy division and in women’s health. She is kind, compassionate and eager to assist in reaching your movement and activity goals.

Why did you become a Physiotherapist?
I became a physiotherapist because it married my two passions – medicine and movement, and to me, movement really is the best medicine. Whether it’s getting high-level athletes back to sport or improving strength to carry kids, I’m excited to assist in the journey to get people moving and enhancing their quality of life

Do you have an area of special interest?
I have a special interest in women’s health that first developed out of pure interest sake but now after having two children of my own, has that much more meaning to my practice. I understand the importance of guiding women through their prenatal journey and the recovery after baby. It is an area of practice that can sometimes be overlooked but is so important to women’s quality of life and to get them back to participating fully in the things they enjoy most. From an orthopedic standpoint, I do really love treating hips and backs.

How does movement impact your life?
Movement is part of my everyday life. Having two little guys, I’m constantly lifting, squatting, carrying & holding them so it’s so important to be strong and have functional movement so I can continue to care for my children. From a leisure perspective, I love it all. In the summer I bike, hike, swim & wake surf and in the winter, I’m snowboarding, skiing, skating, walking daily and trying my best to get in some yoga and barre classes when I can.

What does a great Physiotherapy experience look like to you?
A safe, comfortable environment where patients can tell their story with ease and together, we can work towards their goals. Clear communication regarding diagnosis and prognosis is essential. A thorough treatment plan with clear timelines will assist in proficient recovery.