Janey Prodoehl, PT, Ph.D., is a Professor in the Physical Therapy Program at Midwestern University where she teaches content related to research and musculoskeletal physical therapy including differential diagnosis and medical screening. Dr. Prodoehl completed her entry level physical therapy degree in Leeds, England, an advanced Master of Science degree in physical therapy at Rosalind Franklin University, and doctoral and post-doctoral studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She has over 25 years of experience as a physical therapist primarily in out-patient orthopedic settings. Her doctoral studies examined motor control in focal dystonia, and her post-doctoral work examined functional and structural neuroimaging in patients with movement disorders. Her clinical interests include the evaluation and treatment of patients with orofacial pain and headache and postural dysfunction. Dr. Prodoehl has authored numerous publications from her doctoral and post-doctoral work. Her research focus is to ask questions related to motor control that will lead to an improved understanding of musculoskeletal movement dysfunction and how to treat it.