Why him

Vinh is one of the most sought-after Physical Therapists on the planet, with a client list composed of the who's who of Sports, Entertainment & Business. ⁠

He is a true entrepreneur, co-founding Myodetox (@myodetox), an innovative wellness company that offers treatment designed to help eliminate pain and improve the way you move. ⁠

Tell us about what your focussed on?

I spent the last 13 years of my life focused on helping people heal and recover from musculoskeletal injuries. My message has always been the same, recovery is equally, if not more important than training! It seems today that finally the world is starting to understand that taking care of your body is more that just working out and doing hundred of reps


Where does your drive come from?

My parents escaped the Vietnam War. They arrived in Montreal and had to learn a new language and go back to school be- cause Canada didn’t recognize their degrees. They worked day and night to create a better future for me and my sister. Seeing my dad do that without ever complaining once helped me develop an insane work ethic.


What daily habits keep you going?

I always work out in the morning because it helps set the tone for the rest of my day. I read for two hours a day, every day—I’ll be a student for life. I hate eating vegetables, but I understand the importance of getting the right nutrients, so I try to have a green juice daily to make up for it.

 

What would you say to your 20-year-old self?

You’re not working hard enough.


What simple change to your routine has had a profound effect on those around you?

Routine gratefulness translates to a fulfilling life. When you’re happy and you put out positive energy, everyone around you feels it.


The best memories often result from going off the grid or off schedule. Describe one.

I spend the majority of my time working with athletes and executives, so when I was asked to be on a major movie set

 

in 2017, it was out of my comfort zone—and a strain on my schedule. Even so, I said yes. It was awesome seeing how a production of that scale operated.