After both her mother and father were both stricken with systemic conditions Dr. Randall was inspired by the dramatic improvement in her parents health with holistic care through Chiropractic. “The most significant reason why I chose to become a chiropractor over another health care provider is because I wanted to see people as they were getting better, not only when they were at their worst," Dr. Randall said. "The non-invasive, yet effective care provided by chiropractic treatment allows for a specific, patient-centered approach that is rewarding for both the patient and the doctor.” Dr. Randall graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. She then made a cross-country venture to San Jose, California where she received her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer West in December, 2008. As of October 2008, she became certified in Graston Technique, an instrumented-assisted soft-tissue therapy. She also attends continuing educational seminars in the field of Nutritional Medicine. Dr. Randall has on-field medical training as a member of the Palmer West Sports Council, including the Dew Action Sports Tour, San Francisco Half-Marathon, and Sea Otter Classic. She has also provided on-field care for the San Francisco Fog Rugby, Berkeley All Blues Rugby Team, AAU Taekwondo, and San Francisco Gaelic Football Association. As well as being a member of the California Chiropractic Association, American Chiropractic Association, and National Business Association for Chiropractors Dr. Randall is currently the Vice President of the San Francisco District of California Chiropractic Association and co-owner of Embrace Health.