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reCOOPERate PT is evidence based physical therapy

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Manual therapy will complement your recovery, helping your joints and muscles perform at their best.

Bonus: Appointments include full access to home rehab library.


Schedule a virtual physical therapy appointment to talk about your specific injury and develop a custom plan built just for you.


Whether it is overuse, sports related, or traumatic, learn how to help yourself with these at home exercise strengthening programs.

About Us

Jason Cooper, PT, DPT, CSCS, ART

Dr. Jason Cooper, PT, DPT, CSCS, ART created reCOOPERate Physical Therapy with you in mind. Sessions are between 30-60 minutes of one on one time, and you can be seen in the clinic, virtually, or in your home. Jason was drawn to physical therapy because of the personal connections that could be made while helping people feel their best. He graduated with a doctorate degree in physical therapy from the University of San Francisco and has more than 10 years of experience providing evidence based care at the highest level. You will be able to maximize your efforts with specific manual therapy techniques paired with an individual strength program designed to help your whole body function at an optimal level. Whether you want to run your first mile, run a marathon, or get off the couch without pain, Jason’s goal is to help return you to what you love to do.

These are evidence based home exercise programs designed to get you better through a week by week progression

Exercise has the strongest evidence for helping improve function and reduce pain

Lower Back Pain

If you have lower back pain, sciatica, herniated disc, injury to the sciatic nerve, low back strain, bulging disc, and need back pain relief you are not alone. The CDC reports that 25% of Americans have had lower back pain in the last three months. These programs are built to help manage common lower back pain ailments conservatively through a few exercises per day.

Knee Pain

Knee pain can be the culprit of many conditions including IT band, patellofemoral pain syndrome, Osgood Schlatter, patellar tendonitis, runner’s knee, or jumper’s knee among many others. Often times knee pain can be reduced or even resolved with strengthening of the muscles around the knee, hip or ankle to improve the mechanical function of the knee. These programs are built to reduce the most common forms of knee pain through a self paced six week program to help resolve and prevent knee pain.

Foot and Ankle Pain

Foot pain and ankle pain can really impair your mobility. Common injuries are plantar fasciitis, achilles tendonitis, shin splints, poterior tibialis tendonitis, ankle sprains, and impaired balance. Having good foot and ankle strength and mobility will help rehabilitate achey feet and allow you to improve your activity level. Each of these programs will build a better base of how you propel yourself from the ground when walking or running.

Neck Pain

Neck pain is caused by many things and might be cervical radiculopathy, a pinched neck nerve, spasm of the neck muscles, cervical spondylosis, cervical disc bulge, or arthritis in the cervical spine. Neck and shoulder pain often go hand and hand, so these home exercise programs are designed to improve neck strength and mobility as well as improve posture through strengthening postural muscles to provide neck pain relief.

Shoulder Pain

If you have shoulder pain, rotator cuff tear, partial rotator cuff tear, frozen shoulder, rotator cuff tendonitis, rotator cuff injury, bursitis of the shoulder, impingement syndrome, labral tear or shoulder blade pain these programs are tailor made for you. Even if the structural integrity of the shoulder is compromised many people can live a normal active lifestyle if their muscular system is strong enough to provide the support needed. These programs outline how to rehab your shoulder conservatively, from home in a self paced program designed to take 6-8 weeks.

Elbow and Wrist Pain

Elbow, wrist, and hand pain are generally connected. Elbow pain can be caused from tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, cubital tunnel syndrome, elbow tendonitis, elbow bursitis, medial epicondylitis, lateral epicondylits, among other injuries. Wrist pain is often from de quervains tenosynovitis, tendonitis of the wrist, carpal tunnel pain, arthritis, or previous fractures. These common elbow pain and wrist pain complaints can be reduced and rehabbed through strengthening the muscles, stretching the tissues and nerves, and allow you to resume normal function through education and specific elbow and wrist physical therapy which can be in a few minutes every day.

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Philosophy Here at reCOOPERate PT we want to do things differently. Exercise has been proven to have the most long lasting effects on musculoskeletal pain