Dr. Kopet grew up in the Pacific Northwest, the oldest of six children, and spent his youth very active in sports, community service, and family. He began his undergraduate studies at Cascadia College on the path to following in his father’s footsteps in business and finance. He transferred to Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo, California in hopes to wrestle while he was continuing his education. Experiencing chronic pain from years of sports injuries, Dr. Kopet was first exposed to chiropractic care when he was 18. After the first visit he felt immediate relief, finally able to go about his normal activities without pain. His passion for chiropractic care and overall health and wellness was born out of his own personal experience, and quickly changed his career path.
Dr. Kopet attended the prestigious University of Western States in Portland, Oregon, recognized as one of the most esteemed chiropractic universities committed to the most current scientific studies with core clinical education, integrating basic and clinical sciences with the highest of compassionate and competent care. Dr. Kopet earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Human Biology, and his Doctorate in Chiropractic from the University of Western States in 2016, knowing that Kaufman Chiropractic, with its commitment to the highest level of professionalism and compassionate care, was where he hoped to begin his practice.
Dr. Kopet married young to his sweetheart, Sarah. They have two young children, Clayton age 2, and Kylie age 1, with honorable mention to husky dog, Jenna. Getting to this point in his career has been a joint effort, and Dr. Kopet feels blessed to have the love and support of his family in pursuing his passion. “I want to help people who are in pain; whether they are a pregnant mom, an athlete, a business person, a senior adult, or a young child. I have experienced first-hand what good, quality chiropractic care can do to change your quality of life. My desire is to help each one of my patients find relief from pain and get back to doing the things that are important to them.”