Dr Joanna Cooper 17 Sept 1976 – 26 March 2021

Dr Joanna Cooper B.Sc., M.Chir.
Dr Joanna Cooper B.Sc., M.Chir.Chiropractor


Dr Joanna Cooper studied at Macquarie University, where she gained her Bachelor of Science (majoring in Anatomy and Physiology) and then graduated with her Master of Chiropractic in 2001. For most of her 19 years as a Chiropractor she worked in Adelaide, South Australia. When she returned to her native Central Coast stomping ground Joanna joined us as a member of our Chiropractic team.

Dr Cooper loves learning about health and how it can be maximised, and she continues to pursue post graduate study in integrative medicine. She is interested in the ‘whole’ person— caring for spine and all peripheral joints, plus considering how to support the nutritional/biochemical and emotional/psychological aspects of each individual. She has a special interest in helping patients manage stress, anxiety and depression.

When not working Dr Cooper spends her time with her two children (and the cat and the dog) and loves walking, reading, watching, and especially shopping. She reports that she is a skilled bargain hunter and that if she wasn’t a Chiropractor she would happily work as a personal shopper for whoever would hire her.

Dr Cooper previously served for 4 years as a board member of the Chiropractors Association of Australia (South Australian Branch).

Dr Cooper passed away, after a valiant battle with cancer, on the 26th of March, 2021.

Joanna is greatly missed by all of us.

I love working with people of all ages, I have cared for babies days old right through to people 96 years young! It makes me smile when I hear a client express how their life is ‘better or easier’ because they are moving and feeling better with chiropractic care.
Dr Joanna Cooper


Besides her delightful son and daughter, Dr Cooper also has two "fur babies"— her geriatric cat named Bonnie Boy, and a whippet dog named Flynn.