Myodetox, a Canadian lifestyle therapy brand has now secured $2 Million in the funding round by a group of private angel investors.
The company as of now has a plans to use the funds for the brand expansion into the US market, by opening its first Ameican clinic located in Los Angeles.
The startup which is led by the Vinh Pham, CEO and Co-Founder, and Scott Marcaccio, Co-Founder. Myodetox, is a lifestyle therapy brand which operates in nine locations across Los Angeles, Toronto, Vancouver, which offers the 30 or 60-minute treatment sessions built around a personalized treatment framework that focuses on the reactive and proactive body care, recovery, injury prevention, and optimized mobility.
Every session begins with a comprehensive body assessment with an expert therapist trained in the system of Myodetox, followed and support by a programmed treatment plan designed to resolve pain and optimize movement.
Guests can experience beverages, upscale amenities, from the local brand partners, concierge-style service, custom designed therapy pods, curated playlists, etc.
“The rehab and physical therapy industries have seen little change over the last 50 years in the protocols used to assess and treat individual patient needs,” says Vinh Pham, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Myodetox. “Myodetox improves the traditional methods used to treat pain and injuries and educates people on why taking care of their body is essential to daily life. We couldn’t be more excited to bring our innovative treatment options to the U.S. market.”
“I first sought out Vinh’s treatment system in 2014 because no other therapist was successful in treating my injuries,” said Scott Marcaccio, Co-Founder and CEO of Myodetox. “I was so inspired by my results and Vinh’s vision for the industry that I knew I had to be a part of the team. In 2015, I joined forces with Vinh to help grow Myodetox and share my passion for the brand with others. My story is a true testament to the profound impact Myodetox has on all of its guests, whether they are looking to recover from an injury like I was or prepare better for everyday physical demands.”
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