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Dre Dillon


Before settling in Bishop, Dre lived and worked with active mountain populations in Telluride, CO, Jackson Hole, WY, and Mammoth Lakes, CA.


Dre has been trained in, and utilizes the Kaltenborn-Evenjeth Method for manual therapy. She loves working with people who want to augment their active lifestyle by putting together the puzzle pieces to holistically treat injuries, and has a passion for helping folks achieve their goals in performance. Dre has completed extensive continuing education in myofascial release techniques, and movement mechanics for mountain sports including downhill and nordic skiing, rock climbing, swimming, biking, mountain running and more. 


Dre has enjoyed working with runners over her career, and had the opportunity to work with recreational and professional trail runners at the Chamonix Mountain Running Festival as well as the UTMB race in 2018, 2019, and 2022 alongside leader in the running mechanics field, Chloe Lanthier. She enjoys leading clinics and teaching in-services in the community on topics such as proper training techniques and injury prevention. She has worked as a clinical instructor for physical therapy students, mentored new graduate PT and PTAs, as well as led many in-services for other physical therapists and allied health care professionals. 


Dre has enjoyed playing sports throughout a lifetime, playing ice hockey for Michigan State University as well as competing in triathlons. She is now energized by spending her free time in the mountains rock climbing, backcountry skiing, and running.



Medical Degree: Doctorate of Physical Therapy (Oakland University, Rochester MI 2009)

Undergraduate Degree: BS Kinesiology, Minor Business Administration  (Michigan State University, East Lansing MI 2005)

Certifications:  "Run Injury and Performance Run Certification" and "Strides to Perform Run Certification", “Shoulder Rehabilitation for the Overhead Athlete”, “Advanced Running Gait Analysis”, “Foot and Gait Mechanics”, and “Ski Performance” Chloe Lanthier, Xtraining School

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Tori’s approach to patient care is centered around education and empowerment. She strives to guide others to be able to best help themselves. She has special interest in working with recreational to elite mountain athletes in injury recovery, prevention and improving performance. She has worked to expand this skill set through certification courses directed at treatment of endurance and mountain athletes, including bikers, skiiers, runners and climbers. Tori has gained additional certifications in various manual therapy techniques, vestibular rehab, chronic pain treatment, and in-depth analysis of mechanics and rehabilitation of feet, pelvis, hips and low back. She enjoys working with a diverse patient population and has spent her career working in both outpatient clinic and home health physical therapy settings. One career highlight has been working with the US Ski Team, including traveling as a team PT in Italy and Austria in 2018. 

Prior to becoming a PT, Tori was a registered yoga teacher (RYT) for 8 years, along with coaching and teaching rock climbing to clients of all ages and abilities in a variety of gym and outdoor settings. She grew up as a competitive rock climber, spent over a decade traveling the world in pursuit of climbing in new locales and now equally enjoys mountain running ultramarathon distances in the mountains during the Eastside summer season. Additionally, Tori grew up skiing and snowboarding, loves mountain biking, backpacking, hiking, paddleboarding and generally strives to play as hard as she works. She is happy to have a career which allows her to share both her personal and professional passions with others.


Medical Degree: Doctorate of Physical Therapy (Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ)

Undergraduate Degree: BA (Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA )

Associates Degree: AS (Central Oregon Community College, Bend, OR)

Registered Yoga Teacher: RYT (Ananda School of Yoga & Meditation, Nevada City, CA)

Clinical internships: Orthopedics and sports medicine, women’s health, vestibular and concussion rehabilitation, neurological rehabilitation and skilled in-patient care

Certifications: "Run Injury and Performance Run Certification" and "Strides to Perform Run Certification", “Shoulder Rehabilitation for the Overhead Athlete”, “Advanced Running Gait Analysis”, “Foot and Gait Mechanics”, and “Ski Performance” Chloe Lanthier, Xtraining School

“Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science” Greg Lehman

"Vestibular Rehabilitation: Identification and Management of BPPV", "Management of Vestibular-Related Dizziness in Geriatrics"

Publications: “Beliefs About Risk and Prevention of Upper Extremity Injuries in Recreational Rock Climbers” JOSPT, 2018

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