Friday, April 19, 2024 Apr 19, 2024
71° F Dallas, TX

Cooper Fitness Center & Spa at Craig Ranch is NOT Closed


Apparently there is some confusion and the folks over at Craig Ranch want to clear it up. Cooper Clinic at Craig Ranch shut it’s doors on June 12, but Cooper Fitness Center at Craig Ranch and Cooper Spa is open and thriving. Jump to read the full statement/email I received today. I must say I do love the microdermabrasion (they use a special formula) treatments by Katrina Kempson over there, so I’m glad to hear they are still in business!You may have heard recent news reports about the closing of Cooper Clinic at Craig Ranch, which was located next door to the Cooper Fitness Center at Craig Ranch and Cooper Spa. We know there is some confusion about what happened and want to make sure you are clear about the events that have transpired.

First, let me reassure you that Cooper Fitness Center at Craig Ranch and Cooper Spa is open and thriving. We see continued growth with memberships increasing monthly. And we are excited about all of the fitness and nutrition programs in full swing from summer youth camps to cooking demonstrations to gearing up for the Summer Sprint Triathlon on July 25.

We are in no way affected by any decisions made by Cooper Clinic. Due to the difficult economic climate, the Coopers decided to close the McKinney satellite office on June 12. Physicians, staff, and patients have been transferred back to Dallas and patients have been notified of the move by phone and mail.

The Coopers are committed to being an active partner in the Craig Ranch community and support the operational excellence of the fitness center and spa.

Related Articles

Home & Garden

A Look Into the Life of Bowie House’s Jo Ellard

Bowie House owner Jo Ellard has amassed an impressive assemblage of accolades and occupations. Her latest endeavor showcases another prized collection: her art.
Dallas History

D Magazine’s 50 Greatest Stories: Cullen Davis Finds God as the ‘Evangelical New Right’ Rises

The richest man to be tried for murder falls in with a new clique of ambitious Tarrant County evangelicals.
Home & Garden

The One Thing Bryan Yates Would Save in a Fire

We asked Bryan Yates of Yates Desygn: Aside from people and pictures, what’s the one thing you’d save in a fire?