Virtual: Wellness in the Workplace

On Tuesday Dr. Jim presented online to a company about desk/office work station ergonomics. Much of the workforce has moved to work from home and may not have a desk that they’re used to work at for more than a couple of hours before they were sent home.

If you are feeling pain with your current work from home desk including stiff necks, tight shoulders, back, or hip pain, it’s time to reevaluate your workstation. Contact Dr Jim to discuss. He is also available to do a virtual wellness talk to your company and discuss the fine points of ergonomics so everyone can set up their desk to be comfortable and productive.

The three most important components of any health care program are education, support, and accountability. The quality of your health is completely dependent on the everyday choices you make. With this in mind, the Kambeitz Chiropractic team offers a FREE educational lecture series that will greatly benefit your company, organization or group that you belong to.

We can also do virtual wellness talks for your company if your company is working from home / socially distanced during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Please contact us​ at 303-790-6000 today to learn more about arranging a virtual wellness talk or a wellness talk at your workplace.

Boosting the Immune System with Clinic Services

Doctor Jim Kambeitz walks through the clinic talking about products, clinic services, and general tips to boost your immune system. Learn more about our Kangen water system and the range of water pH that it produces for drinking and for making a strong acidic cleaner, about exercise and the amount necessary to improve immune system function, as well as supplements and vitamins that support your immune system, how chiropractic adjustments also work with immune system function, and laser light therapy treatment to treat a wide array of conditions. We have been serving our community with these services and products for years. As the spread of COVID-19 is affecting our nation and world, we have instituted safeguards to reduce exposure to our patients and staff, while still being able to provide you many of our clinic services. Learn more about our COVID-19 response on our website kambeitzchiropractic.com

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Kambeitz Chiropractic Health & Wellness Center P.C.

7100 S. Clinton St Suite 110, Centennial, CO, 80112

303-790-6000

Stretching the Piriformis with Active Isolated Stretching (AIS)

Next up in our Active Isolated Stretching demo videos, Thomas J DuBois, a massage therapist at our clinic demonstrates stretches for the piriformis, a thin muscle of the hip between the gluteus maximus and the sciatic nerve.

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Colin Dunn talks about KCHWC for his NYC Marathon training

We were proud to be part of the team helping 2019 NYC marathoner Colin Dunn reach his goals. Colin ran an impressive race finishing in 2:38:41, a 6:04min/mi pace. He speaks about different clinic services that helped him prepare for his big race day. Congrats Colin! We love to treat athletes of all abilities across all sports, whether you’re starting to become active, are a recreational, or professional athlete. Our clinic services will help you recover, prevent injuries, and help you progress as our team works together to treat you with chiropractic, massage, stretching, and other modalities available at the clinic.

How Active Isolated Stretching strengthens and activates muscles for a better stretching routine

Thomas J Dubois, a massage therapist and Active Isolated Stretching instructor explains and demonstrates how the AIS technique strengthens and activates muscles for a better stretching routine.

Learn more about our Massage and Stretching services

Download our Active Isolated Stretching brochure

Laser Light Therapy – It’s time to Treat your Feet

Man's bare feet with shoes and rolled up jeans in view

Do your feet ache at the end of the day?  Then maybe it’s time to look at your shoes and see where there’s room for improvement.  Repetitive wear of narrow shoes and high heels over time can lead to bunions.  Bunions can be painful due to swelling and can take the joy out of sandal season. Don’t cover your feet another day!  With a specific bunion protocol the laser is here to make a noticeable difference.

Did you know that the cold laser can help with toe nail fungus?  After trying numerous creams and topical treatments to get rid of stubborn fungus, the solution has finally arrived: cold laser!

Erchonia cold laser

Plantar Fasciitis is inflammation in the bottom of the foot’s connective tissue.  This can be caused by tightness, a tear and or strains to the ligament connecting to the heel.  The Erchonia (cold laser) just received FDA clearance based on a series of studies showing the effectiveness of laser treatment on Plantar Fasciitis.  Erchonia is the only company with low-level lasers that were market cleared by the FDA for a variety of issues (acne also being one of them).

Low level laser works at the cellular level to rejuvenate cells and help you heal faster.  Do you want to learn more and see how laser therapy can help you?

Learn more about Laser Light Therapy Treatments at Kambeitz Chiropractic.

Contact us to learn more about low level laser and to schedule an appointment.

KCHWC at the Special Olympics Denver Nuggets Clinic

Dr. Brittany Gentile and certified personal trainer Joel Lane were able to participate and provide a dynamic warm up for the athletes before they attended the Denver Nuggets Clinic.

 

Thank you @BrianJohnsonPhoto and @SpecialOlympicsCO for the photos and for the opportunity to participate. The full album of event photos by Brian Johnson photos can be found here.

Congrats Get Fit Challenge Winners!

Congrats to January’s Get Fit Challenge winners! These three started the year off right, using personal training, massage, chiropractic, supplements, and other KCHWC services to get in shape, feel better, and get a jump start on their 2018 wellness goals!

First Place – Shirley O.
Second Place – Kristen J.
Third Place – Linda J.

KCHWC January Get Fit Challenge

January get fit challenge

We have a new challenge taking place in January for patients who have been curious about our various clinic services as a tool to get fit and reach health and wellness resolutions.  Our clinic services complement each other to increase range of motion, decrease pain, and improve strength and performance, no matter your age or fitness ambitions.

Our January Get Fit Challenge gives you points for each clinic service you receive from chiropractic adjustments, acupuncture, massage, stretching, personal training, or purchase of select supplements.

Points given for the following items (see challenge sign up at the front desk for point allocation.)

Get a Clinic Service:
Chiropractic Adjustment
Acupuncture
Cupping
30, 60, or 90 min Massage
30 or 60 min AIS Stretching Session
30 or 60 min Training Session
Yoga class

Purchase of:
Myzone heartrate monitor
Endura, Ultra Meal, or Whey Protein
“Stick” or LAX ball

Share KCHWC:
Bring a friend for a workout
Refer a patient to the clinic

In February, we’ll tally up the points and award prizes.  The grand prize winner will receive a gift basket with a variety of supplements valued at approximately $255.  Prizes will also be awarded to the second and third place participants in the challenge.

To participate, please sign up at the front desk.

Health benefits of Yoga

three yoga poses We’re pleased to offer yoga three days a week at the gym at Kambeitz Chiropractic Health and Wellness Center PC. Our yoga instructor, and massage therapist, Michelle Gorny explained some of the benefits of yoga for those who are interested in yoga for health and wellness. 

  • Prevents cartilage and joint breakdown by taking your joints through their full range of motion, even into areas that aren’t used in daily activities. This keeps the joint capsule and cartilage healthy and wards off degeneration.
  • Nourishes your spine through the use of backbends, forward bends, and twists. Disks get their nutrients through these types of movements to stay supple.
  • Builds bone mass. It’s pretty common knowledge that poses like downward dog and upward dog help protect against osteoporosis. But did you know that yoga’s ability to lower stress also lowers your levels of cortisol, which can help keep calcium in your bones?
  • Regulates blood pressure. Just by simply watching your breath, you blood pressure drops.
  • Increases your attention span. Yoga trains your brain with the focus shifted to the sensations you’re feeling in the poses, enhancing your ability to focus outside of class.
  • Decreases built-up tension in limbs. Ever notice how hard you’re gripping the steering wheel, or clenching your jaw for no apparent reason? Practicing yoga brings your awareness to these areas of held tension and allows them to melt.
  • Room to breathe. The breathing techniques taught in yoga help you fully engage your lungs. This allows you to breath in more air, with fewer breath cycles, making your lungs more efficient in delivering oxygen to your tissues.
  • Soothes IBS and other digestive problems. The calming effects of yoga allow the body to focus on digesting your food.
  • Boosts inner strength. Yoga philosophy includes building the resilience to overcome old habits by trying new things. This branch is called ‘tapas,’ Sanskrit for ‘heat.’ Think of it as lighting a fire under your tush to get up and do something!
  • Encourages self care. We are used to the passive care we experience through conventional medicine. Practicing yoga requires you get involved in caring for your own body. No one is going to hold your body in the poses for you! You begin to make the connection that your commitment to moving makes you feel better. You are able to take a huge part in healing your body.

Our yoga classes are 1-2pm every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.  Our classes are non intimidating and welcome never-ever, beginner, and experienced yogis.