Dr. Eric Cooper


Dr. Eric Cooper is a graduate of West Virginia Wesleyan College where he received his Exercise Science degree in 2009. After undergrad, Eric went to Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa and completed the Doctor of Chiropractic program in the fall of 2012.

During his time at Wesleyan, Dr. Cooper ran cross country and track on scholarship and was a multiple-time conference champion, all-region runner and competed on the national level. He continues to train and is currently the head cross country and track coach at Hurricane High School.

Dr. Cooper works with athletes of all levels, from elite level to the recreational exerciser, through fascial and biomechanical work to improve athletic performance. Dr. Cooper has integrated a patient-centered model of treatment that includes traditional chiropractic treatment, fascial work and active rehabilitation which includes strengthening, stretching and neuromuscular reeducation. Dr. Cooper understands that not all patients and not all conditions are the same and can’t be thoroughly treated through a cookie-cutter approach. Conditions often seen, and treated successfully, are sprain/strains, tendinopathies, low back, hip, knee, ankle and foot pains, plantar fasciitis, shoulder issues and more.

Dr. Cooper is a certified Graston and Active Release Technique (A.R.T.) provider.