Invest In Your Career As A Registered Massage Therapist

This is a one day course workshop is designed for Registered Massage Therapists and Students Massage Therapists that have an interest sports injuries.Course participants can expect to come out of the workshop with a working knowledge of:
• Specific Soft Tissue Techniques for Sports Injuries
• Pain Science Concepts
• Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM)
• Cupping Massage
• The Soothing Ritual of Self Care

Evidence Based Massage Therapy

This is an evidence based workshop that will benefit therapists who work with athletes in all disciplines. Therapists will learn a hands on treatment and assessment approach that improves the adaptability of the nervous system and soft tissue structures. In addition to the one day hands on learning experience, participants will receive:
• A Massage Therapy Workbook: Evidence Based Massage: What Works & Why
• 5 ‘Category A’ Continuing Education Units
• Certificate of Completion
• Access to an Ongoing Resource Database

Who is The Course Instructor?

Presenting at Western University

Presenting at Western University

Richard Lebert works at The Fowler Kennedy Sports Medicine Clinic in London Ontario as a Registered Massage Therapist. In addition to his Massage Therapy Diploma from Lambton College, Richard has certification in Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University. Richard is the developer of The RMT Education Project, an open access evidence based resource for massage therapists. Richard contributes to many publications to help promote evidence based massage, his work has been featured in the following publications: 

• Canadian Chiropractor Magazine
• Massage Magazine
• Massage Therapy Canada
• Massage Therapy Today
• Massage New Zealand Magazine
• The Massage Therapists Development Centre

Published Articles

Massage Therapy Today (Spring 2016) Massage Therapists: Bridging the Knowledge Gap

Massage Therapy Today (Spring 2016)
Massage Therapists: Bridging the Knowledge Gap

Massage Therapy Today (Winter 2015) - Assessment and Treatment of Sports Concussions

Massage Therapy Today (Winter 2015) - Assessment and Treatment of Sports Concussions

Canadian Chiropractor (October 2014)  Functional Assessment: Part one  

Canadian Chiropractor (October 2014)  Functional Assessment: Part one
 

Massage Therapy Canada (Spring 2016) Fascia Facts

Massage Therapy Canada (Spring 2016) Fascia Facts

Massage Therapy Today (Summer 2015) - Assessment and Treatment of Complex Knee Injuries

Massage Therapy Today (Summer 2015) - Assessment and Treatment of Complex Knee Injuries

CANADIAN CHIROPRACTOR (February 2015)  FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT: PART Two  

CANADIAN CHIROPRACTOR (February 2015)  FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT: PART Two
 

Massage New Zealand (Spring 2016)  Massage Therapy Research Review

Massage New Zealand (Spring 2016)  Massage Therapy Research Review

Massage Therapy Today (Fall 2015) - What I Have Learnt About Ankle Injuries  

Massage Therapy Today (Fall 2015) -
What I Have Learnt About Ankle Injuries
 

Canadian Chiropractor (September 2016)  Treatment and Assessment of Marathon Runners

Canadian Chiropractor (September 2016)  Treatment and Assessment of Marathon Runners

Massage Magazine (December 2016) - Myofascial Trigger Points: What Are They, Really?

Massage Magazine (December 2016) - Myofascial Trigger Points: What Are They, Really?

The Massage Therapist Development Centre - Myofascial Release

The Massage Therapist Development Centre -
Myofascial Release