Dr. Cooper earned his Bachelor of Arts in Exercise Science from Dordt College. While earning his degree, he worked for a non-profit organization called Hope Haven, whose mission is to help those with disabilities achieve more independence. After graduation, he decided to become a chiropractor so that he could help patients combat their biggest challenges in order to achieve their full potential of health.
Dr. Cooper received his Doctorate of Chiropractic at Northwestern Health Sciences University with Cum Laude honors and found an interest in neurology. He was heavily involved with anatomy and neurology courses with his ultimate goal being to help other students comprehend the material for use in clinical practice.
During his T10 trimester of chiropractic college, he interned at theFNC with Dr. Schmoe, working through complex neurological cases from patients all over the country. He works side by side with Dr. Schmoe and team working with our complex intensive patients.
His main area of focus is post concussion syndrome, vertigo, dizziness, gait and balance issues.
Dr. Cooper has a passion for helping people figure out the root cause of their problems and doing something about it and he is a proud South Dakotan!