Meet our staff
Johnny Galver, PT
Johnny loves to cycle, golf, and bass fish along with many other outdoor activities. He is a die-hard OSU Beaver fan and alumnus. Johnny loves to BBQ on his Treager(s) and to cook when at home, but most of all he loves spending time with his family and in the Word.
Johnny is the President and Owner at BPM. Some of his past professional experiences include, but are not limited to: Director of Rehabilitation Services at Heart of the Valley Health Care Center, Corvallis, Oregon; Director of Rehabilitation at Sunnyside Care Center, Salem, Oregon; Director of Rehabilitation at Hillhaven Care Center, Medford, Oregon; and Rehabilitation Services Manager at Cascade Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy, Bellevue, Washington. Johnny has been in a leadership position throughout most of his physical therapy career along with clinical instructing and served as secretary for the OPTA for two years.
Johnny received his Bachelor of Science degree from Oregon State University in 1982, GO BEAVS! Later he received his Physical Therapy degree from California State Northridge of UCLA with a Certificate in Physical Therapy in 1986. His specialties include fall risk reduction and prevention, spinal rehabilitation, geriatric rehabilitation, neuromuscular rehabilitation and sports-related injuries.
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Sally is a native Oregonian who graduated with a BS in Business and Personnel Administration from Oregon State University in 1982. She and her husband, Johnny, have two daughters, Stephanie and Samantha. Stephanie is a licensed Massage Therapist and works part-time at BPM. Samantha is a registered nurse, and married to Nick, who is currently attending Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences, College of Osteopathic Medicine. They have one daughter and another on the way! Sally loves the outdoors. Some of her favorite activities include walking, hiking and backpacking. She also enjoys bible study, time with friends and family and being involved in her church. Gardening, crafting and decorating are high on her hobby list as well as health, fitness, and nutrition. Sally loves to stay active, and most of all to spend time with their granddaughter!
Some of her previous HR experience in California includes Commercial/Industrial Real Estate in San Jose, Technical Publications in the Silicon Valley and Entertainment Insurance in Beverly Hills. She also worked in Redmond, Washington for a Seafood Processing Company with Alaska Operations.
Lori Moore, PTA
Lori was born and raised outside of The Dalles, Oregon where she grew up playing sports and riding horses. She loves to travel to new countries, explore new places, try new foods, and meet new people. She likes to hike, camp, and mountain bike in the summer and ski in the winter.
She fell in love with the Willamette Valley when she moved for college. She first relocated to Corvallis, then graduated from Lane Community College where she was OPTA class leader and received a PTA license in 2017.
She has a passion for kids with disabilities and has started her own therapeutic horse riding program. She has also taken interest in women’s health, headaches/concussions and sports-related injuries.
JODy STORY, LMT
Jody graduated in 1996 with a BS in Health Promotion and Fitness Management from Southern Oregon University.
He received his license in Massage Therapy from Ashland Massage Institute in 1999, and is currently attending Lane Community College to get his PTA license.
Jody has completed continuing education classes in Primal Reflex Release Technique, Neural Reset Therapy, and myofascial release from Advanced Training’s Til Luchau.
Jody spends his free time with his family (which includes his wife and three boys), coaching lacrosse at West Salem High School, and serving on the board of directors for Salem Keizer Youth Lacrosse League since 2008.
He has a passion for people who are in pain and to help them achieve a level of function that enables them to enjoy life.
Stephanie Galver, LMT
Stephanie graduated in 2011 from the East West College of Massage in Portland, Oregon. Since then, she has been in practice as a Massage Therapist, opening her own space, Haven Massage Studio, located in the the Historic Reed Opera House in downtown Salem, Oregon. Her specialties are Deep Tissue Massage, Swedish Massage, Myofascial Release Technique for Headaches and Migraines and Trigger Point Therapy.
At BPM she performs soft tissue mobilization and manual techniques, along with other physical therapy aide functions.
Stephanie is involved in the elite community choir of Salem, The Festival Chorale, performing locally at the Elsinore Theatre, touring throughout Europe during summers, caroling as Dickens era singers during Christmas season, and serving on the Board of Directors as their Activities Coordinator. She also enjoys cosplay and comicon events. She is truly Wonder Woman!
Mckenna Mathews -
McKenna fell in love with the beauty of Oregon when she moved here from Lancaster, California for college. She graduated in 2018 from Corban University with a BS in English. Her goal is to teach English as a secondary language overseas. In addition to her role on the administrative side of BPM and running the Front Desk, she currently teaches ESL online.
When she is not reading a book, she enjoys sewing, playing her guitar, or working on an art project—painting with acrylics, and working with the Mid-High School Youth at her church for the past six years.