Gina Malloy, PT, MS, C/NDT

Gina is a 1979 graduate of Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy. She is a 1983 graduate of Long Island University with a Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy. She has been certified in the Neurodevelopmental Treatment Approach for the Adult with Stroke and Brain Injury since 1983. Gina served on the Ohio Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Athletic Trainer’s Board and on the Board of Directors of the Neurodevelopmental Treatment Association. She was an Instructor in the Physical Therapist Assistant Program at Washington State University (Ohio) and was an adjunct Professor in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Ohio University.
Gina has provided physical therapy services in a wide variety of clinical settings including acute care, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, skilled nursing/long term care, and home health. Her years of experience have gifted her with an exceptional ability to analyze dysfunctional movement patterns and to incorporate the use of functional tasks to restore more normal and efficient movement strategies.
Gina has never doubted her calling to serve in a healing profession. Her passion is to support and treat her clients so that they can pursue their own passions. Throughout her career, Gina has been guided by an intense desire to learn effective treatment interventions to provide her clients with their best opportunity for healing. When Gina was introduced to the John Barnes Myofascial Release Approach, her passion was fueled by a new sense of purpose! Unlike traditional physical therapy methods, Myofascial Release produces lasting results and melds mind, body, and spirit to treat the totality of the human being. John Barnes has said, “You can only take your clients as far as you have gone yourself”. Therefore, Gina not only is committed to lifelong learning of the Myofascial Release Approach, but to receiving the work to deepen her understanding of her own healing journey.
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