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Founders

Brad Sharples-Faucher PT, DPT, CMP, CSCS, NSCA-CPT, FMS
Co-Founder of In Touch Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine

Post Falls Physical Therapist Brad Sharples-Faucher

Brad graduated with his Master of Physical Therapy Degree from Idaho State University in 1997. He spent his first four years working at Kootenai Medical Center, in the Acute, Subacute, and Outpatient settings. Brad gained valuable experience treating multi-trauma, neurologic, orthopaedic, and post-surgical cases. Brad spent his next seven years working at a local outpatient physical therapy clinic in North Idaho. During that period, in 2006, while managing that clinic and seeing a full patient load, Brad earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from Idaho State University. In 2008, Brad and Lee opened In Touch Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine. In 2017, Brad celebrated twenty years as a physical therapist in North Idaho.

Brad has been married to his college sweetheart, Michelle, for over twenty-five years. He spends his free time with her, their daughter, Micah, son, Charles Daniel “CD”, and two rescue greyhounds, Fleaka and Carpet Lady. His weeks are usually packed with sports, cheering on Micah at swim meets, CD at baseball tournaments, or the entire family at triathlons. Brad also helps coach baseball and serves as a trainer to athletes for injury prevention, rehabilitation, and general strengthening through weight lifting, cross training, and conditioning.

Education:

  • Undergraduate
    • Bachelor of Science in Zoology - University of Idaho
  • Graduate
    • Master of Physical Therapy - Idaho State University
    • Doctor of Physical Therapy - Idaho State University

Professional Organizations:

  • American Physical Therapy Association (Member since 1995)
  • National Strength and Conditioning Association (Member since 1999)

Professional Certifications:

  • Mulligan Concept
    • Certified Mulligan Practitioner (CMP)
  • National Strength and Conditioning Association
    • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
    • Certified Personal Trainer (NSCA-CPT)
  • Functional Movement Systems
    • Functional Movement Screen (FMS)

 

Lee Nagle PT, DPT, FMS
Co-Founder of In Touch Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine

Post Falls Physical Therapist Lee Nagle

Lee graduated from the University of North Dakota in 2003 with both his Master and Doctor of Physical Therapy Degrees. He has worked in a variety of settings from private practice to hospital and rehabilitation facilities consisting of orthopedic, post-surgical, sports medicine, pediatric and neuro patients. Lee worked in North Idaho at various outpatient physical therapy clinics, before he and Brad became business partners and founded In Touch Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine in 2008.

Lee feels fortunate and blessed to help facilitate patient’s return to their normal lifestyle through his profession, along with the opportunity to continually educate and positively impact youth in the community through volunteer work. He has been an active community volunteer through numerous organizations of Spokane Americans Youth Hockey Association, Coeur d’ Alene Amateur Hockey Association, Northwest Premiere Baseball Club, Prairie Cardinals Baseball Club, Post Falls Little League and Post Falls Parks and Recreation.

Lee enjoys spending time with his wife, three boys, family and friends. He likes the outdoors, camping, fishing, hunting, hiking, riding motorcycles and ATV’s, coaching, watching and playing most sports, particularly hockey.

Education:

  • Undergraduate
    • Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy – University of North Dakota
  • Graduate
    • Master of Physical Therapy – University of North Dakota
    • Doctor of Physical Therapy – University of North Dakota

Professional Organizations:

  • American Physical Therapy Association (Member since 2000)
  • USA Hockey Level 4 Coach

Professional Certifications:

  • American Physical Therapy Association
    • Certified Clinical Instructor (CCI)
  • Functional Movement Systems
    • Functional Movement Screen (FMS)