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Evan Katz, DC

Professionally Inter

I was born and raised in Newburgh, New York. My uncle Jerry and cousin David were both chiropractors and I knew I wanted to get into a profession where I can help other people live healthier lives. I went to chiropractic college in the California Bay Area, at Life chiropractic College West and graduated in 2000. Since graduating from college, I opened my own practice with the intent of providing higher quality of care and applying science research and clinical experience to each and every patient. Practice with my wife Seana and really enjoy the two of us being part of the same team. My spare time I like to train and learn Brazilian jiu jitsu, fly fishing, ski, hike, walk my dogs, and most importantly spend time with my wife and daughter Sophie.


  • Colorado Chiropractic License | 2000 – present
  • Education, D.C. from Life West Chiropractic College California | 2000
  • Internship, Life West Chiropractic College Clinic | 1999-2000


  • Clinic Excellence Award at D.C. from Life West Chiropractic College. Selected to be involved with chiropractic and curve restoration on brain injured patients
    Professional Affiliations Colorado Chiropractic Association | 2002 –- present Spinal Injury Foundation – Director | 2004 – present
  • Validating Chiropractic | 2007
  • Colorado Chiropractic Association – Board member I 2007 – present
  • Innovator of the Year - Colorado Chiropractic Association | 2021 
  • CBP Researcher of the Year | 2022



  • Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, Supplement No. 50, 2011
  • Clinical Application of Digital Motion X-Ray, Abstract 5th International Conference
  • Accessing Changes in the Cervical Curve Before and After a Car Crash Using Before and After Digitized X-rays. Journal of Whiplash and Related Disorders. Vol. 4, No. 2, 2005
  • Total Cervical Transaction as a Function of Impact Vector as Measured by Flexion-Extension Radiography. Pain Physician, 2007;10(5):667-71
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Whiplash Injury in the Upper Cervical Spine: Controversy or Confounding? The Spine Journal, 2009.03.017
  • Increase in cerebral blood flow indicated by increased cerebral arterial area and pixel intensity on brain magnetic resonance angiogram following correction of cervical lordosis, Brain Circ., 2019 Mar 27