As communities across the United States continue to fight COVID-19, preventive health is more important than ever. Cooper Aerobics' primary focus is improving the quality and quantity of your life through prevention—and has been for 50 years.
Cooper Aerobics President and CEO Tyler C. Cooper, MD, MPH, shares updated COVID-19 statistics and specific steps you can take now to decrease your risk of infection.
Updated September 9, 2020
Building a Robust Immune System
Cooper Clinic preventive medicine physicians encourage everyone to continue to care for their bodies, which are designed to naturally fight infections with a robust immune system.
Do not smoke or vape!
A healthy diet is an important part of maintaining a good immune system.
Adequate sleep is essential to maintain optimal health.
Moderate exercise most days of the week is, of course, a mainstay of good health.
Adequate vitamin supplementation may be of benefit (especially if your diet is not optimal) to enhance your immune system.
The health and safety of our patients, members, customers and guests are our primary concerns.
In addition to the preventive measures we are taking within our facilities to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and in the event of a known COVID-19 exposure, Cooper Aerobics Center follows the guidelines set by the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the state of Texas.
Open; providing preventive and concierge medicine services
Patients are screened for a history of current illness both prior to their Clinic visit and at the time of check-in
All staff and patients have their temperatures checked upon arrival to the Clinic and are required to wear a mask
Clinic staff is practicing social distancing
Enhanced cleaning policies continue to ensure surfaces, door handles and equipment are wiped down many times during the day
Cooper Fitness Center
Open at 75% capacity in accordance with state and local guidelines