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02/26/2016
By: Johnny D.
Cooper Wellness Center
There are always people coming into Cooper Wellness Center for appointments, but the office schedules very well. The longest I have ever waited was about five minutes. Typically, I go right back to lay on the neck machine though.
11/04/2015
By: Adam C.
Cooper Wellness Center
I have been going to Cooper Wellness Center for a while now. I remember I read about him in the newspaper while I was at my auto shop. My back had been bothering me, so I decided to give him a shot and I am glad I did.
01/23/2015
By: Kellen F.
Cooper Wellness Center
I never have to wait when I go to see Dr. Cooper. He is always good about not over booking himself. Other places don't consider that. So its a breath of fresh air.
01/23/2016
By: Karen T.
Cooper Wellness Center
Seeing Dr. Cooper is always a great experience, he always makes me feel better. I have gone to him for years and I don't see that changing anytime soon.
12/18/2015
By: John A.
Cooper Wellness Center
I have been going to see Dr. Cooper on and off for about 15 years. Whenever I need therapy I am willing to return to him. He is excellent.
04/29/2016
By: Pam R.
Cooper Wellness Center
Dr. Cooper checked me out and explained how he can fix the issue. I am now seeing him three times a week, he is very professional.
09/11/2015
By: Chad S.
Cooper Wellness Center
Doc Cooper took the time to completely evaluate my condition and explain how his treatments were going to improve my health.
09/04/2014
By: Jay N.
Cooper Wellness Center
I've had great results since I've been going to see Dr. Cooper. The pain I was experiencing in my back has diminished.
03/11/2015
By: Paige H.
Cooper Wellness Center
I heard about Cooper Wellness Center from a friend a few years ago. I began going and my back has never felt better.
06/30/2016
By: Fiona G.
Cooper Wellness Center
For years I suffered with headaches and neck pain, but now I feel great! I was amazed at Dr. Cooper's results.
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