John Xerri de Caro, B.Sc. (Hons.), Pg. Cert. (Sports Science), M.Sc., SRP. graduated as a physiotherapist in 1998 from the Institute of Health Care, University of Malta and currently employed by the Department of Health as a Senior Physiotherapist. In 2003, he obtained a M.Sc. in Sports Injuries and Therapy from the Manchester Metropolitan University, having studied at the Alsager campus; presenting a Master thesis entitled ‘The use of mobilisations with movement in the treatment of shoulder pain in overhead throwing athletes’. Since September 2005, he has been teaching physiotherapy students as a part-time assistant lecturer at the University of Malta contributing towards the Modules in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy (Sports Injuries and Peripheral Immobilisations), Oncology and Palliative Care and Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy (Cardiac Rehabilitation). He is a member on the Board of Studies and on the Board of Examiners. Currently he is pursuing a research degree leading to a Doctorate in Professional Studies at the Sheffield Hallam University, UK. Research area of inquiry: ‘The Bologna Process and Physiotherapy Educational Processes across Europe’.