Success is determined by what you do after you do what is expected of you. 1. Celebrate Your Wins And Reflect On Your Future Develop the Habit of reviewing what went well and celebrate it. It reminds you to focus on your growth, to focus on the positive influences you’ve had, the contributions to improving […]
About Robert Libbey
Robert Graduated from CCMH in 1994.
He is recognized as a national instructor across Canada instructing Ligamentous Articular Strain Technique. He has a passion for inspiring manual therapists to perform to their highest ability and to providing high quality educational programs to the profession.
From 2001–2008 Robert instructed Orthopedics and Neurological Examination departments at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy (WCCMT).
Robert can be contacted at www.lastsite.ca
Entries by Robert Libbey
1: Reviewing This Week’s Calendar This is similar to how we end our week. It’s good to have this as a habit at the beginning and ending or the week. Make note of any business contacts you need to meet with or contact this week. Make a short list of who needs to be contacted […]
Communication is key with massage therapy patients. New research is starting to show that in some cases, it may even be more important than the actual treatment. But what about in the aspects of being a Massage Therapist outside of the treatment room? Can the way we communicate on the phone, or even when re-booking […]
In our last post Robert discussed how the assessment and treatment of the thorax was far from acceptable. He went on to outline the importance of gaining informed consent from patients will help them feel more comfortable with treating this sensitive area. The more you can tune in to the area and ask for information […]
In this Part 1 section for the Thorax, I hope to serve you by discussing my general thoughts and perspective on the Anterior Thorax. Part 2 will be a discussion on the assessment and treatment of the anterior thorax. Please remember that ALL structures in our bodies are connected, from the largest organ […]