About Us

Grant Long was born in Corvallis, OR, and graduated from Oregon State University before attending Creighton University where he achieved his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. He returned to Oregon and worked in South Salem for several years, directing a privately owned PT clinic. In May of 2017 he joined Powered By Motion. He enjoys working with patients of all ages, providing hands-on care and guided exercise as appropriate for each individual patient. He enjoys building relationships with his patients and strives to provide valuable experience in each treatment session. Grant enjoys spending time with his wife and two children. He is involved in church activities and enjoys sports, movies and friendly debates on a wide variety of topics.

Stefanie Ceja was born in Portland Oregon and raised in McMinnville. She has been the perfect fit to our Powered By Motion Family. She currently lives in Keizer with her husband, four children, and the first grand baby on the way. Stefanie loves to spend time with her family whether it be a sports game, birthday party, or a family dinner. Stef feels that her Powered by Motion Family is just as important as her own family. She takes extra care in making sure everyone is happy and healthy.

Natalie Folkert grew up in Salem, OR, then attended Biola University in Southern California for her undergraduate work. After graduating, the Pacific Northwest called her back where she settled down -- starting graduate school and married her husband. She earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from George Fox University. Natalie takes a holistic approach to treatment and desires to advocate for patient's care and their recovery. Natalie specializes in Women's health and the treatment of pelvic conditions such as incontinence, pelvic pain, pregnancy related pain, and post-partum recovery. Natalie became passionate about treating pelvic health conditions after the birth of her son in March of 2018, and realizing that a lot of women settle with loss of function due to false beliefs that their condition is "normal". She has a special interest in post-partum care and helping to bring awareness that common dysfunctions are not normal, and that there is hope for healing. She has found great joy in walking alongside women in their wellness journey and being a part of restoring function. When not working, you might find Natalie playing the piano and singing with her son, on a hike, throwing a ball for her pup at the park, walking downtown Salem, playing ultimate frisbee, or sipping a coffee beverage.

Jake Klingbeil was born in Langdon, ND where he spent his high school years staying active, participating in hockey, football, and track. He received his B.S. in Exercise Science from North Dakota State University, where he spent his time focused on strength & conditioning and olympic lifting. After his undergraduate work, Jake attended the University of North Dakota, where he received his Doctor of Physical Therapy. Jake enjoys educating patients with evidence-based exercise to achieve the ultimate goal of pain-free movement. He creates plans of care that are sustainable as well as beneficial. Jake brings his positive energy to each and every therapy session to make it fun and enjoyable. In his free time, Jake's hobbies include crossfit, weightlifting, trying new foods, music, and getting outside.

KayCee Crooks was born in Apple Valley, California moving to Canby, Oregon as a teenager. She has a distinct passion for patient care and has her B.S. in Healthcare Administration from Oregon State University. KayCee settled in Silverton, Oregon with her family; her significant other, 3 busy boys and 2 family cats. KayCee is an avid Archer, loves sports, camping and spending time with her boys. As the most recent edition to the PBM family, KayCee is excited to build relationships with the community and patients alike.