What is the Boost Program?
The Endeavour Boost Program combines Multisegmental Acupuncture and Toronto’s first RedCord system
The Boost Program is the first of its kind in Canada. This new maintenance and injury prevention plan combines two of our rehab techniques to keep your body functioning at its best, including allowing you to improve your strength and mobility more effectively. Spend just 1 hour a month to keep yourself at your best.
This program is great for the 21st century athlete, not just elite athletes, but just about everyone. Use this program to maintain your active lifestyle by limiting your injury risk.
Take advantage of this limited offer to keep your body well-maintained and see your efforts pay off faster and better than before. We’ve seen great results from our internal testing, and we want to share this opportunity with you.
Get in now, we are only offering this special program to ONLY 10 PEOPLE. Once these spots are filled up, it might be months before we are able to open up this program again.
RedCord is an innovative treatment technique out of Norway. The cables and bungees suspended from the ceiling support your body weight and allow our therapists to re-train your body’s movements without the impact of gravity or your body weight.
This technique is suitable for people of all ages and abilities. Every suspension position can be modified to make it more or less difficult based on your needs.
Read more about RedCord HERE
A multisegmental treatment is an electro-acupuncture technique involving the targeted treatment of multiple spinal segments at the same time. The treatment involves the gentle insertion of multiple sterile needles into the muscles on either side of the spine at the level of the spinal segments that we want to target. The needles are then stimulated with a low-frequency current.
Learn more about Multisegmental Acupuncture HERE
Neurofunctional acupuncture uses thin, sterile needles to stimulate the muscles and nerves within the body, based on a scientific knowledge of the body. The needles are inserted into areas affected by injury or dysfunction, which may include areas of the back, where you may or may not be feeling pain.
While we of course want to help you get back to your best after an injury, injury prevention is an essential part of what we do. Lowering your risk of injury allows you to always perform your best, and this is where the boost program comes in. Getting your body performing optimally will not only speed up your improvements, it will help lower your risk of injury, keeping you in the game and on your feet.