Jane Johnson loves being a physiotherapist and embraces the challenges and the opportunities that the role attracts. After many years working as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist in occupational health she is now a PhD student at Teesside University. Part-funded by the Royal College of Chiropractors she is tasked with developing an app for the measurement of postural change in patients with back and neck pain. She is the author of five titles in the Hands-On Guides for Therapists series (Human Kinetics publishers). These are, Postural Assessment, Postural Correction, Therapeutic Stretching, Soft Tissue Release, and Deep Tissue Massage and with Thieme Publishers has published The Big Back Book: Tips & Tricks for Therapists. Jane lived and worked in central London for 45 years. In 2012 she bought an unmodernised house and moved to the north of England in order to live a less busy life. She adopts rescue dogs and can frequently be seen walking along the coast in the early hours of the morning or late at night ambling up and down the alleyways with her canine companions. At other times she is wrapped in blankets drinking tea, writing and researching. She is passionate about physiotherapy (and particularly occupational health physiotherapy) and massage and endeavours to support anyone entering or remaining in these professions.