Dr. Kirra Randolph
Dr. Kirra Randolph is a native of Pearland, Texas graduating from Pearland High School in 2001. Dr. Randolph attended Texas A& M University with a focus on Veterinary Medicine. After a shift in interest she decided to move her focus from animals to humans and enrolled at Alvin Community College where she obtained an Associates Degree in Health Science and finished the majority of her prerequisites for Chiropractic school.
In 2007 she began her journey in chiropractic at Texas Chiropractic College. While a student at TCC she was very involved in many different organizations such as being President of her class, Vice President of the Student American Chiropractic Association and served as Chief Intern during her final 2 terms as a chiropractic intern in the Moody Health Center. Dr. Randolph participated in Sports Medicine and Athletic Training Programs at Houston's Rice University where she obtained real hands on experience working with trained athletes. In 2015, Dr. Randolph began her certification in Pediatrics with the International Pediatrics Chiropractic Association.
Dr. Randolph has been happily married to her husband Charles for 11 years and they have 3 sons. She enjoys her time off with her family going to the beach and on vacations. They raise rabbits to show in the Brazoria County Fair and at the Houston Livestock Show.
Dr. Randolph maintains a high level of involvement in the Pearland and Houston area communities serving as an Ambassador for the Pearland Chamber of Commerce, a Coordinator on the Carnival Ticket Sales Committee for the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, and President for the Professional Women's Business Club-Pearland/Friendswood.