Alexandros Sideris (PT, MSc, OMT) is a registered physiotherapist in Athens, Greece, who works in the fields of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and Pain Management as a clinician and an educator. He studied Physiotherapy (1992-1996), as well as, Medicine (2000-2006) in Athens.As his main post-graduate training, he studied Biomedical Acupuncture (2006 – 2008, 300 hours, Medical Doctors’ training program), and Manual Therapy (2010 – 2011). He acquired his Master’s degree in Molecular and Applied Physiology from the University of Athens Medical School. He is a PhD candidate in Psychogeriatrics. He is an OMT clinical instructor for the IFOMPT - certified program of Hellenic OMT Diploma, teaching clinical reasoning, pain science and management, exercise prescription and manual therapy techniques. He is also a certified instructor of biomedical (science based) acupuncture and dry needling, for a program of the Hellenic Physiotherapy Society of Algology and the Lifelong Learning Center of the University of West Attica. He is a clinician with 23 years of experience in managing musculoskeletal and neurological conditions. He is a co-author for three (3) so far publications on peer reviewed journals.