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Welcome to Cooper Wellness Center
Your Vineland Chiropractor

Call us at 856-691-1313 today.

Dr. Don Cooper, owner of Cooper Wellness Center in VIneland, NJ, has been serving South Jersey for over 30 years. We specialize in non-invasive health care and wellness programs that are designed to help your body to heal itself without the use of prescription drugs.


Let us find the cause of your discomfort and give you lasting relief.

We won't waste your time - or your money!


  • We are a family chiropractic center
  • Patients of all ages are welcome
  • No wait policy -we value your time!
  • Evening and Saturday hours
  • X-ray on premises
  • Reasonable fees
  • Gentle, non-force treatment
  • Auto Accidents
  • Work Injuries

My staff and I will make sure your treatments are gentle, yet effective, and we provide you with top notch service. When we say "We care!", your experience will be proof that we mean it.

Eliminating your pain is our first priority !

If you are suffering, please call us today:


Please call for a FREE consultation about drug-free pain relief

If you have been suffering from chronic pain, you know how frustrating it can be to find the help you need to eliminate the pain. If you have not been feeling well and traditional medicine's answer is to "help" you with prescription medication, you owe it to yourself to go find the real cause of your health problems and symptoms.

Chiropractic is the largest drugless healing profession. Chiropractic care is guided by the knowledge that our bodies are self-healing.Healing is controlled by the brain and nervous system. The chiropractor's job is to find where distress on your nervous system - from illness or injury - is preventing your body from communicating properly. Removing the cause of the stress, allows your body to return to balance and to heal naturally without interference and without medicating drugs!

Take your first step to a healthier and better life and call Cooper Wellness Center today:


6 Lasalle Drive Vineland NJ 08360

Whether you live, work, or visit in Vineland, or looking to find a competent and caring Vineland chiropractor, call Cooper Wellness Center for a free phone consultation.

Dr. Don S. Cooper
Vineland Chiropractor | Cooper Wellness Center | 856-691-1313

6 Lasalle Drive
Vineland, NJ 08360


Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "For years, I suffered with headaches and neck pain, but now I feel great! I was amazed at Dr. Cooper's results."
    M.R, teacher in Millville
  • "Installing and repairing escalators is really tough on the body. Dr. Don keeps me tuned up so I can keep working."
    Michael A, Vineland


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