Gail Molloy is a clinician, private practice owner, and teacher. She has taught both nationally and internally on manual therapy, clinical reasoning and on her research. She has spoken at the AAOMPT conference on radio-ulnar joints and thumb pain, and on hip manipulation for young adults with hip/pelvic pain. She spoke in Scotland at the IFOMPT conference on her research on hip manipulation. She is currently involved in research on concussion. She was awarded the 2015 “Kaltenborn Teach I Must” award by the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Therapists. Gail received her Doctorate of Science from Andrews University and her Physical Therapy Degree from University of Colorado Health Science Center.