Meet the doctors at our Colorado Springs Offices
As our patient, we want you to feel comfortable working with our doctors and chiropractors. Below is a brief introduction describing the education, background and primary focus of each of our Colorado Springs pain management doctors and chiropractors.
|Randy R. Knoche, D.C. opened Springs Chiropractic in Colorado Springs in 1986. He grew up in Roswell, New Mexico then attended New Mexico Military Institute, South Plains College, and San Jacinto College. Upon graduation from Texas Chiropractic College he moved to Colorado Springs. He specializes in sports injuries, work and auto injuries, headaches, back pain, shoulder, knee, ankle, and hip pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, and exercise rehabilitation. As one of the cities top pain management doctors and specialized chiropractic doctors, Dr. Knoche prides himself on his ability to help others.|
In Memoriam: 12/04/1977-11/09/2019. He was taken from us too soon. He was a good friend, family member, and associate at Springs Chiropractic PC since 2003. He leaves behind his wife, Dr. Keely Knoche, and two children, 8 and 12 years old. He was an avid mountain biker, athlete, and family man.
He will be sorely missed by all who knew him.
James W. Clapper is a nationally recognized speaker and trainer in the field of Occupational Injury Prevention. His background includes private practice, teaching as a clinical physician at Palmer College of Chiropractic and training athletes from professional and semi-pro ranks to coaching Jr. High wrestling.
Dr. Clapper knows how the human body is designed to perform, how it works with least risk of injury and how injuries heal stronger and faster. He has dedicated his career and reputation to the prevention of injuries in the occupational arena with airline personnel, fire services/first responders, police, public works, distribution, transportation, utility/energy, housekeeping, food service, trades professionals, etc.
“My goal is immediate impact on injury rates. My purpose is to help people understand how their bodies work biomechanically and to use them properly all the time in order to prevent injuries both at work and at home.
Even though we’ve lived in our bodies our whole lives, most people have never learned how to use them properly. This is evidenced by the high percentage of unnecessary injuries and re-injuries to backs, shoulders, necks, wrists, knees, etc.
My mission is to change this.”