Dr. Cooper is a board certified Naturopathic Doctor in the state of New Hampshire and Arizona. At the age of sixteen she discovered her love for nature and its great impact on the human body and decided to pursue a career in Naturopathic medicine. She received her Bachelor of Science with a focus in Biology at Lebanon Valley College in Annville, PA. Immediately following her undergraduate education, Dr. Cooper enrolled at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine where she graduated with honors and earned her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine in June 2015. Upon graduation, she completed an accredited one-year residency program at the Southwest Naturopathic Medical Center.

Dr. Cooper’s preferred therapeutics include Botanical Medicine, Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine, Mind-Body Medicine, Nutrition, Bio-therapeutic drainage, Homeopathy, and Hydrotherapy. Aside from her medical education, she has also received education in Mayan uterine massage, Gemstone therapy, and CranioSacral therapy. Her focus is in general family medicine, women’s health, mental health, endocrine and digestive disorders, and acute/chronic illness. Dr. Cooper’s treatment goals are to address the mind, body, and spirit of every patient by creating individualized treatment plans. She aims to promote and maintain the health and well being of her patients by using therapies that stimulate the body’s natural ability to heal.

Dr. Cooper is currently a member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP), the New Hampshire Association of Naturopathic Doctors (NHAND), and the Pennsylvania Association of Naturopathic Physicians (PANP).

Dr. Cooper is in private practice at  New England Integrative Medicine in Salem, NH.

Common Conditions Treated:
Adrenal fatigue, Depression/Anxiety, Digestive disorders, Food Allergies, Pain, Allergies, Thyroid disease, Acne & Eczema, Arthritis, Women’s health concerns, Men’s health concerns, Arthritis, Acute/Chronic illness, Diabetes/Pre-diabetes, Cardiovascular disease, Osteoporosis, High blood pressure, and Autoimmune disease


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