Cooper Wellness & Disease Prevention Center

3604 N. McColl Rd. 

McAllen, Texas 78501

 

        (956) 627-3106

       

        info@cooperwellnesscenter.com

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Medical Provider Personalized Treatment

Sit down with an actual Medical Provider who understands your conditions and knows when to prescribe natural or conventional medicine.

Learn Healthy Cooking

Replace meat, dairy, and sugar in your diet through a variety of delicious and easy recipes. Make better eating choices armed with nutritional knowledge.

Prescribed Natural Remedies

Herbal teas, supplements, hydrotherapy, exercise therapy, charcoal, counseling, poultices, and diet plans are prescribed at you.

Learn Lifestyle Medicine

Understand the cause of your diseases and learn natural remedies and habits to reverse their progression

Prescribed Hot & Cold Therapy

Boost your immune system by increasing circulation and white blood cells.

Discover Simple Exercises

Spend time in nature as you learn the simplest exercise: walking.  

Accommodations Included

Let your body heal as you sleep soundly in a hotel-quality bed.  

Nutrition for Physical Health

Enjoy meals that aren't just delicious, but also low-fat, high-fiber and packed with whole grains, legumes, and nuts.

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It is no longer a secret that regular physical exercise is now seen as an important predictor of good health and longevity. In fact, when prescribing an action plan that is geared toward good health and disease prevention, physical exercise goes hand in hand with a healthy diet. Researchers have suggested that inactivity might even be more detrimental to our health than smoking! This is remarkable, wouldn’t you agree?

It is believed that less than 25% of Americans receive regular physical activity daily. No wonder the incidence of obesity and diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease and cancer is on the rise. Many studies have shown a direct relationship between mortality and inactivity. Published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, a few years ago, it was reported that people getting regular physical exercise cut  their risk of death from any cause by 50%-73% when compared inactive people. The benefits of physical exercise extend far beyond weight manageme...

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