Proud Sponsors of the Tiger Sharks – Dynamic Exercise for Youth Swimmers

We are a proud sponsor of the Tiger Sharks!

Dr Weston and Ryan will be helping them, teaching some dynamic dryland exercises to the youth swimmers to prevent injuries while practicing.

Dr. Weston Gustafson, D.C, will be working with athletes through Myofascial Therapy. This form of soft tissue muscle therapy benefits athletes through optimizing muscle recovery and athletic performance. This technique is also used to treat sports injuries, muscular imbalances, faulty movement patterns, and pelvic misalignment. Myofascial Therapy consists of muscle stretching under soft-pressure to re-establish optimal muscle length and function. Athletes will remain fully clothed during the Myofascial Therapy treatment.

Ryan Kerner, Exercise Specialist, will be working with athletes on Dynamic Exercise. Dynamic Exercise is an excellent form of movement that prepares the body to withstand the muscular demands of sports and activity, including swimming. This form of exercise consists of total body movements that work to strengthen and stabilize the muscles at their optimal and active ranges of motion. Athletes will only need a pair of sneakers to safely perform these movements.

Whether you’re young or old, competing or doing sport for recreation, we’d be glad to help you with the same type of exercises, specific to your sport, to help you improve and reduce injury!

Stretching the proximal hamstring muscles with Active Isolated Stretching techniques

Thomas J DuBois, LMT NCTMB of Kambeitz Chiropractic Health and Wellness Center P.C. demonstrates an Active Isolated Stretching technique using a rope to stretch out the proximal hamstring muscles.

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Kambeitz Chiropractic Health & Wellness Center P.C.
7100 S. Clinton St Suite 110, Centennial, CO, 80112
http://kambeitzchiropractic.com
303-790-6000

Stretching the lower hamstring with Active Isolated Stretching techniques

Thomas J DuBois, LMT NCTMB of Kambeitz Chiropractic Health and Wellness Center P.C. demonstrates an Active Isolated Stretching technique using a rope to stretch out the lower hamstring muscles.

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Kambeitz Chiropractic Health & Wellness Center P.C.
7100 S. Clinton St Suite 110, Centennial, CO, 80112
http://kambeitzchiropractic.com
303-790-6000

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; and Tuesdays from 7:15-8:15pm.  Our classes are non intimidating and welcome never-ever, beginner, and experienced yogis.

Yoga is Back!

We have touted Kambeitz Chiropractic as your one stop shop for health and wellness.  Well now you can come experience all that yoga has to offer as we have added it back into our list of services.  Our yoga instructor is none other than our very own Michele Gorny.  Besides being a great massage therapist she also brings 15 years of yoga instruction to the mat.  So bring your own yoga mat or use one of ours and enjoy the benefits of yoga.

Sessions are from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.  Each session is only $20.

Infographic: Ways to Stretch out During your Workday

We’ve all heard that sitting is the new smoking. Not only are we inactive for hours while sitting at the desk during the average work day, poor posture, and desk ergonomics cause tension in necks, shoulders, wrists, and backs.

This great infographic from a Portland Chiropractor shares some tips for easy stretches that you can do at work to loosen up and move better when you leave your desk.

Portland Chiropractor Tips for Stretches at Work

From Visually.

– See more at: https://visual.ly/node/186996#sthash.oIYMv8mJ.dpuf

Proper Form – The Lunge

Proper lunge technique ensures that you are giving your legs a proper workout without injuring yourself and delaying your training.  Joel Lane, a personal trainer at Kambeitz Chiropractic in Centennial Colorado demonstrates and explains proper technique and common mistakes gym-goers make.

Want to learn more about our gym?
Visit us online at http://kambeitzchiropractic.com or in person.

We are located at
7100 S. Clinton St Suite 110
Centennial, CO 80112

Schedule an appointment by calling 303-790-6000

Prepare for Hiking Season with the Manitou Incline

"The Incline rising above Manitou Springs" by Ahodges7 CC BY-SA 3.0
“The Incline rising above Manitou Springs” by Ahodges7 CC BY-SA 3.0

If your goals are to make it atop a 14er this summer, it’s best to work your way up to that goal.  While the high peaks are still covered in snow, there are some great ways to get some vertical and get in shape for hiking season.

On Saturday, April 23, 2016, Dr Troy Ryan is organizing a meetup group to do the Manitou Incline Trail in Colorado Springs.

Here is some info on what to expect.  Keep in mind this is rated difficult because it’s an elevation climb of 2,000 feet over a mile distance. Parking can be rough out there so I propose we carpool the best we can. Let’s congregate at the clinic Saturday morning at 6AM. There is plenty of parking so you can leave your vehicle and carpool with someone else.

Are you up to the challenge? RSVP to join on meetup.com