Need something to get you over the mid-day slump? Come flow through a vinyasa yoga class with Danielle. In this 60 minute class we will move through a series of yoga poses, and integrate breath with movement.
Mark your calendars and join us on Thursdays starting November 29th. (We’re closed Thursday November 22nd for Thanksgiving)
We’re proud to announce that our clinic’s own Tracy Vogel is a finalist nominee for the Excellence in Health Care Award in the 2018 Denver Metro Administration Awards. The awards will be presented on Oct 9th at The Westin Hotel in Denver.
Tracy has been the first smile patients see arriving to the clinic for almost nine years. Thank you Tracy for your commitment to KCHWC and our patients!
Who: Tracy Vogel
What: Tracy was nominated for the Excellence in Health Care Award
Last month Dr Gentile had a patient come in for laser treatments as he was gearing up for a big boxing match. Brad has been a boxer for several years and naturally that can wear on the body. Upon hours of training, laser treatments and some other recommendations he crushed his match knocking out his opponent in the 1st round! Congrats Brad on achieving your goal and thank you for the opportunity to be part of your team in preparation for the big match!
Although the video is addressed to massage therapists, (since they beat the heck out of their hands all day long) this video is led by our own Thomas J Dubois as he leads stretches and exercises that are applicable to anyone who uses their hands, has hand problems or just wants to maintain them better. In our modern world with keyboards and cell phones everyone overuses their hands. Even if your work doesn’t leave you with hand soreness, your hobbies, from musical instruments, gym workouts, or bike rides may leave your hands and wrists sore. Learn stretches and exercises to keep your hands, wrists, and forearms healthy:
Thomas J DuBois LMT NCTMB leads Dr Kambeitz through a series of AIS stretching techniques to open the chest. The chest muscles need stretching as we are constantly holding our arms forward – while driving, typing, cooking, cleaning, working out, etc. get tighter than most realize. When we stretch and open these chest muscles we can maintain posture and health of upper back and neck. In this story we were stretching his Pectoralis major, pectoralis minor, anterior deltoid, bicep and coracobrachialis.