How was your year? Did you accomplish everything you had hoped? Did you have some unexpected surprises? I know some of us were provided with challenges (good and bad) that we didn’t anticipate, but I know that you came through it stronger and wiser.This year had a number of unexpected events for me that have made me stronger. They provided me the opportunity to reflect and start to make decisions on the future. It truly is a time to sit back and reflect on the year past and plan for the year coming. I feel it’s important for each of us to take the time needed for this process.
The greatest blessing in my life right now is to be in a position in my life to give back and make an impact to Manual Therapists of all kinds.
I’m honoured to have been the focus in the fall edition of Massage Matters. This opportunity gave me the venue to introduce myself to therapists across Canada and tell my story of how injuries and challenges I had early in my life lead me to where I am today.
Click the image to read the pdf of the fall edition.
I was also honoured to have the CMTBC write and article on me. Having both my professional regulatory body and association were highlights in my professional career.
Click the image to read the pdf of the fall edition.
This year saw L.A.S.T. courses successfully expanded outside of British Columbia into both Alberta and Saskatchewan! The courses sold out in some locations to my surprise! I’m truly honored to have RMT’s take a leap of faith to attend a course they knew nothing about taught by someone they had never heard of before! I hope to continue to provide high quality educational programs to all of you.
I am proud to be a part of a national movement towards providing innovative treatment techniques based on evidence based research as opposed to urban legend and folklore.
L.A.S.T. courses have received glowing testimonials regularly not only from their members but more importantly from their patients:
“I am stunned at the amazing results I’ve been getting with L.A.S.T.!”
“My clients wanted me to let you know that they really appreciate all the work you have put into developing this technique because it has helped many of them more then any other technique I have learned. I hope you know how much all your hard work and dedication has meant to so many broken people.”
“L.A.S.T. is an invaluable set of techniques that have improved outcomes for my Patients!!!”
The end of the year provided me an opportunity to become more creative in the development of the Ligamentous Pain Referral Pattern posters. I’ve read about these patterns from various sources and have always wanted a visual representation to add more value to not only my treatments, but also more importantly my patients. I found that they accomplished this and more and decided to release them to you, my Manual Therapy family.
It’s a great honour to have had the sale be a success and to be serving patients on a larger scale.
Next year is looking busier than this year! Planned are videos (yes you’ll get to see my mug in the comfort of your own home), more blog posts focusing on mechanoreceptors and ligamentomuscular reflex connections, returning to Alberta & Saskatchewan and venturing into Manitoba at their AGM in April and more!
The year is coming to an end, as is the sale on the Ligament Pain Referral Posters.
They are available at 10% off only until December 31st. I’m extremely pleased with the quality of these posters. The image quality on paper is on par with what I was seeing on my HD screen. I can’t say enough about how impressed I am with the final product.
In closing, I wish that you all have a safe and quiet New Years. I’m looking forward to meeting more of you on the road!
Over the last 18yrs I’ve recognized a distinct, immediate and ongoing problem. My patients were complaining of pain referral patterns that didn’t seem to match up with the standard trigger points, dermatome or sclerotome patterns. For years I researched scientific journals and resources all the while continually charting the patterns described to me by my patients.
This extensive work has culminated in my creation of this never seen before set of LIGAMENT PAIN REFERRAL PATTERN posters!
These visually stunning, full-color high glossy charts are an invaluable diagnostic and educational tool for you and your patients. They graphically demonstrate 40+ Ligament Pain Referral Patterns so patients can visually see the cause of their complaint.
This set of 2 posters are available in a easy to reference wall chart size 24×36
Supplies are limited – so if you want these never seen before LIGAMENT PAIN REFERRAL PATTERN posters, don’t delay.
I’ve put a lot of time, research & thought into the development and creation of these visually powerful posters because I wanted to give back to you, to add more value to your practice and your patients. This is a wonderful opportunity to take action and make an improvement to your business, starting RIGHT NOW!
In addition to the 10% discount, here are 5 FREE Bonus Articles I think will add more value to your practice and enhance your patients quality of life:
* Bonus Article #1
* Bonus Article #2
* Bonus Article #3
* Bonus Article #4
* Bonus Article #5
Order your Posters NOW!
Robert Libbey RMT
PS: oh, be sure to check out our upcoming Live Instructional Events!
For more information on the individual L.A.S.T. courses, please click on the pictures below.
These visually stunning, full-color, posters are an invaluable diagnostic and educational tool for you and your patients.
Bowstring & Diaphragms
Pre-Requisits are previous 3 courses.
This course looks at incorporating all the aspects of the previous courses.We explore the fascial-ligamentous & membranous connections of the Bowstring and how it relates to the anterior, longitudinal, interconnected fasciae that help maintain the anterior-posterior balance of the body.