The Best of Kearney

New West Orthopaedic and Sports Rehabilitation

Kearney Office

2810 W. 35th St., Suite 2

308-237-7388

Lincoln Office - Snyder PT

2845 South 70th Street

402-489-1999

Holdrege Office

516 West 14th Ave., Suite 200

308-995-2865

Alma Office

717 N. Brown Street

308-928-2151

Cambridge Office

1305 Hwy 6 & 34

PO Box 488

308-697-4178

Arapahoe Office

658 Pine St.

308-962-5402

Fairfax Office

26136 US Hwy 59, Fairfax, MO

660-686-2211

Castle Rock Office

7280 Lagae Road, Unit F, Castle Rock, CO

303-663-5552

Doug Cooper, ATC

Certified Athletic Trainer

Treatment Philosophy

“I enjoy making people laugh and I’ve found humor creates a relaxed and positive environment for patients dealing with orthopaedic injuries. Through my experiences in both collegiate and high school athletics, I’ve found that developing trust and comfort with my patients leads to a faster and more enjoyable healing process. I personally invest in my patients and I am committed to their success on and off the field.”

Education:

  • Masters of Arts in Exercise Science, University of Nebraska-Kearney, 2011.
  • Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training, University of Kansas, 2009.
  • Completion of Accredited Athletic Training Program, University of Kansas, 2009.
  • Graduate of Stockton High School, Stockton, KS., 2004.

Specialties:

  • Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation/Prevention of athletic injuries
  • Shoulder and Low Back Rehabilitation
  • Sport specific rehabilitation and return to play intervention
  • Emergency care and First Responder
  • Concussion Evaluation

Personal Information:
Doug lives in Kearney and enjoys hunting, fishing and being outdoors. He loves watching sports, primarily the Kansas Jayhawks and Kansas City Royals.

Affiliations:

  • National Athletic Trainers’ Assocation
  • Nebraska Athletic Trainers’ Association
  • Mid-West Athletic Trainers’ Association