Dr. Gerald Molloy is a Board-Certified Neurosurgeon in independent practice since 2003. He began training in 1990 in Neurosurgery in Cleveland with Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic instructors, subsequently practiced in the U.S. Air Force in Mississippi, and civilian practice in Louisiana and Florida. He recently served as Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery with the University of South Florida Department of Neurosurgery and Brain Repair placed at Lawnwood Regional Medical Center for over 3 years. He has served as Chief of Neurosurgery 2009-2013 and 2016. He has performed over 5200 neurosurgical procedures.
Dr. Gerald Molloy received his Doctor of Medicine from The George Washington University and is well known for his minimally invasive spinal procedures including fusions, endoscopic and laser spine surgery. He has extensive training and experience in a wide variety of minimally invasive spinal and cranial techniques and has level I and level II trauma experience. Dr. Molloy’s primary focus is spine surgery with an emphasis on interbody reconstruction, complex spine, and trauma. His repertoire of spinal fusion and reconstruction techniques using minimally invasive techniques include the development of several novel techniques using the MAZOR Renaissance robotic assistance system.