Dr. Alameri graduated with his PhD’s in Physical Therapy from Loma Linda University with specialization in spine biomechanics and chronic pain. His doctoral work focused on the role of neuromuscular /motor control plays in spine pain. His research was explicitly designed to examine differences in postural and neuromuscular motor in individuals with and without low back pain, and how addressing these differences can lead to an improvement in the patient’s outcomes. This work resulted in two publications in high peer reviewed journals. He also assisted in the development and instruction of many course relevant to the area of his expertise at Loma Linda University. He taught a variety of biomechanics and movement science courses as well as successfully helped and mentored many PhD in Physical Therapy students with their research projects. In addition, Dr. Alameri had the opportunity to work in various physical therapy clinical settings as Credentialed Clinical Instructor. Over the years, he mentored many DPT students from various universities during their internships. His clinical philosophy utilizes the Movement Science approach, which analyzes static and dynamic posture, whole body movement and muscle imbalance to assess improper movement patterns. He believes in a gentle approach to PT intervention with an emphasis on patient involvement at home to maximize their recovery. Through his clinical and scholarly work, Mansoor is aiming to translate spine biomechanics and pain research into clinical practice for optimal patient care.