Anand Bishnoi has over 35 years of clinical experience of working as a physical therapist in various settings of general and specialized hospitals, teaching and research institutions, rehabilitation centers and private clinics in India, England, Canada, and the United States. Anand completed his Diploma in Physiotherapy from SMS Medical College, Jaipur in 1979, and Postgraduate Diploma in Rehabilitation from SNDT University, Bombay, India in 1981. He also has done a one-year Postgraduate Diploma in Biomechanics from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK. Anand finished his master's degree in Orthopedic Physical Therapy from Quinnipiac University, Hamden, CT, and clinical doctorate degree (Doctor of Physical Therapy) from the University of St. Augustine, FL. After graduating from physical therapy school, Anand moved to Bombay and worked for 3 years as a research and clinical physiotherapist in India's top institute in physical medicine and rehabilitation (AIIPMR) Bombay. He then migrated to New Delhi to join another well-known medical sciences institute in Asia (AIIMS). He worked there as a senior physiotherapist for 3 years before immigrating to UK in 1986. In England, Anand was fortunate enough to work in a large district hospital for 4 years specializing mainly in orthopedic, manual and sports physiotherapy. While working there, he had his formal training in Cyriax, Kaltenborn, McKenzie concepts. He also completed a certification course in Maitland mobilization for vertebral and peripheral joints. In 1990, Anand accepted a job in a regional hospital in Nova Scotia, Canada and worked there for a year. Anand migrated to USA in 1991 and joined a large multispecialty clinic. Anand also has worked in home health settings providing individualized care to mainly orthopedic patient population. Over the years, he has attended many continuing education courses. Anand has completed required course work for manual therapy certification with the Institute of Physical Therapy, St. Augustine, FL. Anand is among the foremost therapists to challenge and pass American Board of Physical Therapy Specialty exam in orthopedic physical therapy in 1994. In 2004, he was recertified as a clinical specialist in orthopedic physical therapy by the ABPTS. As an adjunct assistant professor with Quinnipiac University, Anand has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in orthopedic physical therapy for 10 years. He has presented at the annual conferences of the Connecticut Physical Therapy Association. He also has taught various professional seminars and lectures on orthopedic subjects including hip, knee, shoulder, and spine.