Dr. Phil Page earned his bachelor’s degree in physical therapy from Louisiana State University (LSU) and received his master’s degree in exercise physiology from Mississippi State University, as well as a doctorate in kinesiology from LSU, where he is currently on faculty for the athletic training curriculum. Dr. Page is also a Clinical Instructor in orthopedics at Tulane University Medical School, and a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine. He has been involved in rehabilitation and sports medicine for over 30 years. Since 1998, he has been the Director of Clinical Education and Research for Performance Health, makers of Thera-Band, Biofreeze, and Cramer products. His clinical and research interests include the role of muscle imbalance in musculoskeletal pain. Dr. Page has received the Lifetime Excellence in Education Award from the Sports Physical Therapy Section of the APTA. He is also a member of several national advisory boards and regularly reviews grants and journal article submissions. Dr. Page lectures extensively and provides workshops on a variety of topics around the world. He has presented over 200 international lectures and workshops on exercise and rehabilitation topics, and his work has appeared in more than 100 publications. Dr. Page has also written three books, including Assessment and Treatment of Muscle Imbalance: The Janda Approach. He has worked with the athletic programs at LSU and Tulane, the NFL’s New Orleans Saints and Seattle Seahawks, as well as at the United States Olympic Track and Field Trials. Dr. Page lives with his wife and four children in Baton Rouge, LA.