Pali Cooper is a doctor of chiropractic, an active release techniques® soft tissue specialist and ART® teacher, and a sport injury care expert. Dr. Cooper integrates traditional chiropractic and many other treatment techniques with the principles of alignment and functional movement. read more
An honors graduate of Life Chiropractic West in 1991, she has certifications in Active Release Techniques®, Biomechanics, Sports Medicine, TPI Certified Golf Fitness Instructor Level 2, Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SMFA), Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization with the Prague School (DNS Level A, B and C), Cranial Sacral Work, and Yoga teacher training along with 20 years experience in body work. Dr. Cooper is an instructor with ART® and teaches in the US, Canada and Europe and teaches anatomy classes for Yoga teachers.
Her volunteer work ranges from treating world-class athletes at the well-known Ironman Triathlon in Kona to breast cancer survivors climbing Alaska’s beautiful Mt. McKinley. She herself has climbed to the summit of Mount Shasta twice as part of the yearly Breast Cancer Fund’s Climb Against the Odds team, and has participated in countless charitable hikes and bike rides. She participated in a Sacred Trek in Ladakh, Northern India as a benefit for the Breast Cancer Fund.