Mansoor Alameri, PT, MPT, PhD
Assistant Professor, Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education, PT Programs
College of Rehabilitative Sciences
PhD in Spine Biomechanics and Chronic Pain Disorders, Loma Linda University Health
Master of Science in Physical Therapy, Loma Linda University Health
Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy, October 6th University
Investigating the relationship between psychosocial factors and biomechanical elments in Chronic Low Back Pain Disorder
Translate pain and biomechanical research into clinical practice for optimal patient care
Mansoor Alameri, PT, MPT, PhD is an accomplished professional, bringing extensive academic and research experience to the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. His educational background includes a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from October Sixth University (2013) and a Master of Science in Physical Therapy (2015) and Doctor of Philosophy in Physical Therapy (2019) from Loma Linda University Health.
With more than a decade of clinical practice in diverse outpatient and inpatient physical therapy (PT) settings, Dr. Alameri is a certified clinical instructor through the American Physical Therapy Association and provides invaluable mentorship to PT students. His commitment to advancing the field is reflected in his research expertise, particularly in Orthopedic and Pain Sciences Research, with a focus on the role of neuromuscular/motor control in low back pain. Through his research, Dr. Alameri aims to identify differences in postural and neuromuscular motor patterns between individuals with and without low back pain, leading to improved patient outcomes through targeted interventions.
Dr. Alameri is a licensed Physical Therapist by the Physical Therapy Boards of Texas. He actively engages with professional organizations, including the American Council of Academic Physical Therapy, the National Consortium of Clinical Educators and the Texas Consortium for Physical Therapy Clinical Education.