Randall Moore, DC, CCSP
I am a native of New Mexico. I practiced in Galveston, TX in 2002-2003. For the last 17 years I have practiced in NM and Colorado. My degrees include a BS in Biology from the University of New Mexico (1997) and doctorate in Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA (2001). I am a certified sports medicine chiropractor through post graduate studies. I fully enjoy general family care, especially regarding pregnancy and infant care.
During my time in undergraduate studies, I studied everything from business and law, to pre-medicine and through my life experiences found that myself as well as many others could definitely benefit from well-rounded chiropractic care to hopefully avoid unnecessary health problems and. I am happy to have learned immeasurably from humanitarian care I helped to provide to the people of Fiji in 2001 and to have learned a little known technique to help turn breach babies ( Webster's Technique), shortly after the birth of my first daughter.
In short, I feel blessed that my experiences have served me well,not only with many loved patients, but also with the C-section delivery of my daughter. I feel that my diverse studies and experiences are used in a daily manner to the benefit of my patients. I truly believe in the source definition of what it means to be a doctor: that it means "teacher." A good teacher pays attention to the students needs, and as well, a good teacher remembers there is yet much to be learned, if not often from the students themselves. I seek daily to aid every patient essentially in their own healing. Sure, I may have to lend a hand of guidance to effect a positive change, but surgery itself is no cure for an unwilling body unable to properly heal itself.
When not in practice, I enjoy spending time with my family! Turning off the TV, going for a hike, camping, skiing, travel and pretty much anything outdoors. I enjoy meditation, martial arts, and a good book often ranging from research literature to Course in Miracles to quantum mechanics and the like. I know that life is for living and that when the day comes.....I will only look back and smile.
Many thanks and blessings to all of our exceptional patients that make our office the wonderful place of healing that it is! ~ Dr Moore
|Dr Moore with a little help from
a pediatric patient to help adjust mommy!!
|Well baby visit just a few days old.|
|Annual Food Drive ~ 1200lbs Donated!||Playing Daddy (Dr Moore and daughter Mikayla)|
The Moore Family