Dr. Faith Farley, Founder
Meet Dr. Faith Farley, founder of Faith In Motion Performance Therapy. Faith is a West Virginia native who grew up playing sports and learned to love physical activity at an early age. She carried this love with her to Coastal Carolina University where she played division one college soccer and got her bachelors in Exercise and Sports Science. She then returned to West Virginia, where she graduated with her Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy from Marshall University.
Following a college soccer career, Faith got into coaching and competing in Crossfit at both the national and international levels. Her personal experience with competing alongside her education in physical therapy helps her to provide the care that you need and want in order to continue to stay active.
When she is not working, you can find her at the gym alongside you, exploring the outdoors, or probably catching a flight to somewhere new. She loves to be active, and would love to help you get to where you want to be.
Andrew Quinlan, Certified Athletic Trainer
Andrew Quinlan is a Certified Athletic Trainer who received is Masters in Athletic Training from Marshall University. While in the Master's program at Marshall, Andrew was able to work with the Women's soccer team at Vanderbilt University. Upon graduating Andrew went on to do a fellowship at Mississippi State University where he worked directly with the Track and Field and Cross country teams.
Andrew likes to use a hands on approach mixed with exercise to get active adults and athletes back to health. He enjoys utilizing several tools during treatment such as cupping, manual soft tissue therapy, IASTM, blood flow restriction training, and dry needling.
Outside of work, he likes to play sports and stay active in any way that he can, trying to learn new things, and traveling as much as he can. He is excited to come back to WV and start helping people in the community he grew up in!
Homer, Office Assistant
Homer was adopted from the animal shelter and has grown up inside the walls of Faith in Motion. He has overcome an injury himself which left him unlikely to get adopted at the shelter. He loves to greet all of our patients, play with kids, and gives emotional support cuddles to anyone in need.