DR. Matthew Cooper,

404 Washington Ave #120
Miami Beach, FL, 33139




Dr. Matthew Cooper received his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Life Chiropractic University in Atlanta, Georgia. His desire to treat a wide range of conditions lead him to take numerous elective seminars to learn the newest evidence-based techniques. Post-graduate, he became a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP), certified in Active Release Technique ® (, Graston Technique® (, a USA Olympic Weightlifting Sport Specific Coach, FAKTR ®, learned Kinesio Taping and is a Licensed Digestive Enzyme Therapist from the Loomis Institute.


Dr. Cooper was a treating doctor at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games for Track and Field, Eugene, Oregon for the 2008 USA Olympic Trials, for the 2009 Track and Field World Championships in Berlin, Germany, the 2013 World Track and Field Championships in Moscow, Russia, the 2007 and 2013 USA National Track and Field Championships in Indianapolis, and is the team doctor for Northwestern High School Track team. He lectures for many local running clubs and treats many local competitive and amateur runners and triathletes.

Dr. Cooper started USA Sports Therapy, which houses multiple types of doctors and therapists that specialize in different areas of expertise. His vision was to have a one-stop shop for multiple health needs.

Dr. Cooper has been featured on ABC News, ABC Morning News, Fox News, CBS News, New York Times, Forbes, Ocean Drive Magazine, Hamptons Magazine, Miami Magazine, The Sun Post, and was a monthly contributor for The Aventura News, to name a few.

Due to his generous contributions and efforts, he was awarded by The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation as Beauty and The Best for outstanding contributions to the community. He has been invited to be the doctor for events such as The Miami Dolphins yearly golf event, The Crockett Foundation, Athletes for Causes, Jason Taylor Foundation, Terry Kirby’s Foundation, The Moss Brothers, Jay Fiedler’s Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and more. He also raised money during the American Cancer Society’s annual Jail and Bail event.

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