Gail Molloy PT, OCS, COMT
Gail has been in private practice for 27 years, Physical Therapy
& Injury Specialists, in Englewood , Colorado. She is currently an
instructor, examiner and partner for the Institute of Manipulative
Physiotherapy and Clinical Training (IMPACT) since 2012. Gail is
currently involved in research on 'Hip Pain in the Young Adult' in
association with Texas Women's University. She is a graduate student at
Andrews University and anticipates receiving her Doctorate in Science in
December 2015. Gail served as senior faculty (retired), senior
examiner(retired) and on the Board of Directors for the North American
Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT) from 1990-2013. Gail
graduated from the University of Colorado Health Science Center with her
physical therapy degree in 1984 and received her certification in
manual therapy from NAIOMT in 1989. She has a lifelong desire to learn
and to broaden the scope of physical therapy and that desire propelled
her into teaching and sharing her knowledge with other therapists.
Carol Courtney, PT, PhD, ATC, FAAOMPT
Carol Courtney PT, PhD, ATC, FAAOMPT is a Clinical Associate
Professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). She studied
physical therapy at Washington University, the University of South
Australia, and the University of Miami. Her research investigates the
effects of joint injury and osteoarthritis on pain processing and joint
function, and modulation of pain mechanisms through manual therapy
interventions. Dr. Courtney serves as the director of the
post-professional Fellowship in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy at
UIC. She also serves as co-chair of the Standards Committee of AAOMPT
and is a deputy editor of the Journal of Manual and Manipulative
Joseph Farrell, PT, M App Sc, DPT, FAAOMPT, FAPTA
Dr. Farrell received a Post Graduate Diploma in Manipulative Therapy
and Masters of Applied Science degree in Health Sciences from Curtain
University of Technology (Perth, Western Australia). He has been a
practicing clinician for 39 years, private practice owner for 32 years
and a clinical faculty member of the Kaiser Physical Therapy Fellowship
Program in Advanced Manual Therapy for 32 years. His interest in
Evidence Based Practice (EBP) was enhanced by completing a DPT in 2007.
In his clinic and when teaching; he is a proponent of the integration of
the EBP triad. He is a published author and speaker on the state,
national and international, levels relating to treatment of the spine.
Click here for the John McMillan Mennell Award.
Click here for the Kaltenborn, Teach I Must Award.
Click here for the Distinguished Lecturer Award.