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Cooper Clinic at Craig Ranch Opens Signaling the Next Phase of CooperLife Health-Focused Residential Community in McKinney
Date:10/18/2007

Second Cooper Clinic Offers "Gold Standard" Preventive Medical Exams; New

Women's Health Services and Breast Surgery, Dermatology Introduced

MCKINNEY, Texas, Oct. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Signaling the next phase of growth at CooperLife, the unique health and wellness-focused residential community under development in McKinney, the Cooper Clinic at Craig Ranch is now open to the public. "Father of aerobics" Dr. Kenneth Cooper, who founded Cooper Clinic in 1970 in Dallas, now celebrates the renowned facility's first- ever expansion. Cooper Clinic is the "gold standard" in head-to-toe preventive medical exams, and introduces a broad range of women's health services and breast surgery, as well as new dermatology services.

"Preventive medical exams are the first step to living a long, healthy and happy life," says Dr. Kenneth Cooper, preventive medicine pioneer, and chairman and CEO, Cooper Aerobics Center. "Cooper Clinic's physicians provide an educational and motivational experience, and give safe, effective and realistic recommendations for long-lasting lifestyle changes. It's important to re-evaluate on a regular basis in order to monitor patients' progress and prevent further disease."

Nearly 40 years ago, Dr. Kenneth Cooper revolutionized the health and fitness movement by introducing a new word and concept -- aerobics -- to the world. His son, Dr. Tyler Cooper, is building upon his father's work with the expansion of Cooper Aerobics Center at Craig Ranch in McKinney, which opened last year. The addition of the new Cooper Clinic marks the next phase of the project's growth and is an integral piece in the five-star amenities available to CooperLife residents.

"I grew up living the 'Cooper life' and that philosophy led me to create CooperLife -- a health-focused residential community. It is for all ages and stages of life whether you are healthy and active or if you are in need of a community that removes the excuses to help you become
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