Liberto Therapy, LLC

For Appointments Call: (561) 420-3273

Thomas Liberto, LMT
Advanced Treatment for Muscular Pain and Disorders
Auto, Work, Sports Injuries, Chronic Pain


THANK YOU for a great weekend... You are so knowledgeable and imparted all your information to me with such patience and made sure I understood...I hoping to retain it all.

I am So GRATEFUL I thank you for a Fun, well organized, and usable information-packed weekend.

And you can quote me on that!


Seminars and Training

Course Offerings

The following seminars are recognized as providing Continuing Education credits by the NCBTMB and by The State of Florida CE Broker. They are Two Hour and Three Hour courses designed for FSMTA Chapter Meetings and Twelve Hour courses designed for weekend seminars.

Scapular Stabilization and its Effects on Gleno-humeral Joint Function
It's effects on gleno-humeral joint function
CE Credits: 2 or 3
Serratus Anterior and Latissimus Dorsi
Hidden Nemesis in Neck Function
CE Credits: 2 or 3
Sartorius, Gracilis and Semitendinosis
Medial knee stability and foot positioning
CE Credits: 2 or 3
Long head of the Triceps and Coracobrachialis
CE Credits: 2 or 3
Pectoralis Minor
Its effects on hand and neck function.
CE Credits: 2 or 3
Treating the Low Back Before Touching It
CE Credits: 2, 3, or 12
Treating the Neck Before Touching It
CE Credits: 2, 3, or 12
The Back Force Transmission System
It has been my experience over the past eight years of employing this knowledge that hidden factors in a person's complaints have been uncovered that have resulted in faster and longer-lasting results.
CE Credits: 2, 3, or 12
The Neck
Come and learn techniques to restore balance to the forces generated on the cervical spine from the anterior, posterior and lateral neck muscles. Your clients will feel improvement even in areas distal to their neck. Past attendees have commented that the seminar was worth it just for how much better THEY felt!
CE Credits: 2, 3, or 12
The Magic of Muscle
A potpourri of four three-hour seminars exploring scapular influences on neck, hand and gleno-humeral joint function. Presented in four-three hour segments, we will explore the influence of scapular positioning, scapular stabilization, and the phenomenon of reciprocal inhibition as possible hidden factors in neck, hand, and Gleno-humeral joint function. The fourth component is the importance of proper co-contraction of relocators to maintain gleno-humeral joint integrity during the strong pull of latissimus dorsi and pectoralis major on the humerus
CE Credits: 2, 3, or 12