Allison Hildreth, PT, DPT

Allison Hildreth, PT, DPT

Oregon native Allison Hildreth, PT, DPT, knew she wanted to be a physical therapist since she was introduced to the career during middle school. Living an active lifestyle was instilled in Allison from a young age when she would make trips from her home in Portland to ski, hike, camp, and bike in Central Oregon. After graduating high school, Allison moved to Tacoma, Washington, where she attended the University of Puget Sound and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science. She then moved to Denver, Colorado, to attend Regis University and received her Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy and later Doctor of Physical Therapy, where she graduated with honors. Allison practiced physical therapy and was also on the affiliate faculty for Regis University in Colorado for 12 years. She then spent 10 years in Germany before returning to Oregon in 2022.

Education & Training

University of Puget Sound, BS Exercise Science
Regis University, Masters and Doctor in Physical Therapy Degrees


Allison enjoys treating a wide variety of orthopedic injuries. She finds joy in helping patients overcome issues that were unsuccessfully treated in the past. To Allison, a central part of being a physical therapist is that of an educator. It is her responsibility to teach patients what is happening in their bodies so they can be active participants in their journey toward recovery. In the clinic, Allison uses manual therapy and a variety of other treatments and modalities to help her patients.

ALLISON Loves Central Oregon

Allison moved to Bend in 2022. She has dreamed of living here since she was a child. The combination of beautiful mountains, weather, and recreational activities drew her back to her childhood playground. Allison and her husband were married at Black Butte Ranch in 2005. When not working, Allison enjoys hiking, skiing, biking, and playing on the river with her husband and two teenage daughters. Traveling and exploration have always been joys.



Allison won the Bob Doctor Service Award through the Colorado Chapter of the APTA for her outstanding dedication and service to physical therapy. She also owned her own physical therapy clinic in Golden, Colorado.