My primary area of research interest lies in Technology Assessment, which emphasizes studies on the reliability and validity of patient assessment methods.
- Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.), Life Chiropractic College West
- Master of Arts, Economics (M.A.), UC Berkeley
- Bachelor of Arts, Economics (B.A.), SUNY at Stony Brook
Lumbopelvic Technique & Management
Principles of Chiropractic Technique
Correlative Technique & Assessment
Patient Management II
The reliability of spinal motion palpation determination of the location of the stiffest spinal site is influenced by confidence ratings: a secondary analysis of three studies
Author(s): Cooperstein R, Young M
Publication: Chiropr Man Therap
The history of the friction-reduced table
Author(s): Cooperstein R.
Publication: Chiropractic History
The location of the inferior angle of the scapula in relation to the spine in the upright position: a systematic review of the literature and meta-analysis
Author(s): Cooperstein R, Haneline M, Young M.
Publication: Chiropr Man Therap.
Volume: Feb 27
Validity of Palpation of the C1 Transverse Process: Comparison with a Radiographic Reference Standard
Author(s): Cooperstein R, Young M, Lew M.
Publication: Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association
Chiropractic management of pubic symphysis shear dysfunction in a patient with overactive bladder [case report]
Author(s): Cooperstein R, Lisi A, Burd A.
Publication: J Chiro Med.