Allison G. Clark, PT, DPT
Facility Director / Physical Therapist
“I believe that we all have the power within us to heal our bodies and as a healthcare professional, I am there to listen and to help patients listen to their bodies to promote healing and remain healthy to enjoy a long, active life.”
My professional Philosophy:
I believe in listening to each individual to fully assess what they need from me as a healthcare professional and working with them to develop a plan to overcome obstacles that keep them from the lifestyle they want to live.
Allison joins the PHOENIX Rehabilitation team in 2019 and brings along 10+ years in outpatient orthopedics with a manual therapy focus for patients across all age ranges, more specifically athletes and patients suffering from chronic pain, and three years as an outpatient provider in a senior living community. Her experience also includes long-term care and home health settings. Clinically, Allison’s interests lie in manual therapy, fascial connections, and barefoot training.
Allison recently returned to Bucks County after living in Philadelphia for several years. Outside of the office, she enjoys traveling and spending time outdoors with her dog, Nola. Her favorite outdoor activities are kayaking and hiking. When she isn’t outdoors, she spends her time fine-tuning her photography skills or reading.
- Shenandoah University, Winchester, VA | Doctor of Physical Therapy
- Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA | BS, Allied Health
- Direct Access Certified
- Functional Movement Screen Level 1 Certified Clinician
- Selective Functional Movement Assessment Level I Certified Clinician
- Barefoot Training Specialist® Level 1 & 2 Certified Clinician
- Graston Technique® Therapy Provider
Welcome to Trooper
Rehabilitation care should always be efficient, purposeful and cost-effective. Or at least that’s what we believe here at PHOENIX.
When you choose PHOENIX, you’re choosing to take control of your health and wellness. Our main priority is to make sure you feel like you again. To do so, we ensure your care takes place in a professional environment with highly trained staff. We begin by developing a personalized care and treatment plan together, supported by patient education and participation.
Start your journey to feeling like you again by taking advantage of our Trooper location’s Physical Therapy and Occupational Health Rehabilitation Services.
We are conveniently located on the corner of Egypt and Trooper Roads, in the Homer Complex. We are approximately two miles east of the Oaks exit and one mile north of the Trooper exit, both off of Route 422. Our entrance is on the end of the building, facing the pet store. Free parking is available in the front or back of the building or near our entrance.View Location