2016 KCHWC Toy Drive

Our Annual Toy Drive is back for 2016!  Patients who bring in a new, unwrapped toy will get the following discounts on the days of the toy drive.  Call to book your appointment at 303-790-6000.

On Wednesday, December 14th we will offer all existing patients, in exchange for 1 new, unwrapped toy, 20% off your adjustment.

On Thursday, December 15th all scheduled new patients will receive a consultation, computerized spinal exam and x-rays for $50 (a $280 value) in exchange for 2 new, unwrapped toys.

During the week of December 12th through December 17th we will offer 20% off all scheduled massages, in exchange for 1 new, unwrapped toy.

All proceeds will be donated to

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Denver

in association with the

Care 4 Colorado Toy Drive

Thomas shares stretching insights with Colorado Avid Golfer magazine

We are excited to be offering insights to Colorado Avid Golfer magazine about a variety of topics including stretching areas that affect a golfer’s swing.  Please be sure to follow us and Colorado Avid Golfer on Facebook for the latest tips from our staff!

2016 Valentine’s Day Massage Special

Here is a special offer for you and your Valentine.  By 2, one hour massages and get $10 off!  Everybody loves massages and everybody loves saving money.  Now you can do both.  Take advantage of this special offer on or before February 14th.  If you were wondering what to give that special someone in you life, this is it!  For only $130 you get two massages!

We’ve got four massage therapists and we’re open for massages 7 days a week by appointment only.

Happy Valentine’s Day!


Event: Learn to Give a Great Massage!

Couples Massage! Learn how to give your significant other an awesome massage!

Monday, February 15, 2016 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

7100 S. Clinton St , Centennial, CO

MassagedDoes your husband give you terrible massages? Maybe your wife doesn’t like to rub your shoulders because her hands get tired quickly. Perhaps that significant other of yours doesn’t know how to work out the tension in your muscles that you’ve been suffering from for weeks now. Well, both of you should come to this meetup because one of our massage therapists, Thomas, will be giving a two hour class on massage.

This is a HANDS ON CLASS! Bring a partner with you since you’ll be practicing your hand at massage. Don’t worry, everyone will get worked on at this meetup. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Give your significant other the gift of health by learning the best techniques of massage therapy.

What you need to bring: (1) A partner (2) a flat sheet and a fitted sheet.

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Expanded Massage Therapy Hours

We are excited to announce that we are expanding the hours that massage therapy is available at Kambeitz Chiropractic Health and Wellness Center P.C.!  We will now have massage appointments available into the evenings and Saturdays and Sundays.  The expanded hours will allow busy professionals and young athletes more times that are flexible around work, school, and practice schedules.

Our new massage therapy hours are:

Monday-Friday 8:00am-7:00pm Saturday 8am-6pm Sunday 12pm-6pm We offer a variety of massage techniques in 30, 60 & 90 minute sessions, to treat patients including, orthopedic massage, sports recovery / rehabilitation, deep tissue / neuro-muscular massage, maternity massage, and Active Isolated Stretching. Book your massage by calling us at 303-790-6000.

Honor a Mother Month

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Are you a mother or do you know a mother?  If so, the month of May at Kambeitz Chiropractic is a great month for you!  Check out these specials.

The Gift of Health:  Refer any mother that is a new patient to our clinic during the month of May and she will receive $300 worth of services for only $50!  This includes a comprehensive consultation and evaluation, health history, computerized spinal nerve scan, full spine digital x-rays, bioimpedance analysis, wellness score, half hour personal training session and report of findings.

Massage Special:  During the month of May buy two 1 hour massages for only $120!  That’s a saving of $20.  This is a great gift for all those dads out there who never know what to buy their wives and mothers. Doesn’t a massage sound great to you?

These offers are valid throughout the entire Month of May.  Please call the clinic to take advantage of these “Honor a Mother Month” specials

Happy Mother’s Day from the Team at Kambeitz Chiropractic.

Stretch Pectoral Muscles at home and on your own

Many patients experience pain in the upper back and neck, not realizing that that pain is often caused by tight pectoral muscles in the chest. Thomas DuBois, a massage therapist at Kambeitz Chiropractic demonstrates how patients can stretch out their pectoral muscles, easily on their own while at home.

How Massages Boost Your Immune System

Malaise by graur razvan ionutThis time of the year many of us suffer from frequent colds and possibly the flu. It’s flu season, after all. The flu happens at different times all over the world in association with the colder months. There are a number of reasons why we are more susceptible during the colder months. Heating spreads particles and bacteria throughout our indoor environment. The dry air from the heating also dehydrates our mucous membranes and lowers our defenses. During the winter months we also absorb little to no Vitamin D.

The best thing that we can do to prevent ourselves from getting sick during cold and flu season is to keep our immune system strong.

One great and enjoyable way to support your immune system is by receiving massages. Massages support the immune system in a number of ways.

  • Massage encourages lymphatic circulation, which removes illness causing toxins from our tissues and rids them from our body.
  • Massage also stimulates blood flow, ensuring that the cells in our body have the proper materials that they need in order to fight off disease. Research has shown the levels of lymphocytes in the blood to be higher following a massage. Lymphocytes are a main cell of the immune system.
  • Massage helps to boost the immune system by reducing stress. Stress reduces the function of the immune system. We all know that massage helps reduce stress.

At Kambeitz Chiropractic we have four massage therapists who are available to provide you with the best stress reducing, immune enhancing massage you can find! Call today and make massage part of your anti cold and flu regime this year.

The Basics on Using Massage Tools

Thomas_DuBois_CMTRecently we profiled three different massage tools found in our clinic and gym: the foam roller, the lacrosse ball, and the stick. In each we discussed what muscle groups they work best on, and a few techniques to prevent causing pain by using the tool incorrectly.  If you haven’t taken a look at the articles, we encourage you to check them out now.

We asked our certified massage therapist, Thomas DuBois, a couple of frequently asked questions about massage tools in general, to add to the resources available.

Which tool allows you to stretch with the heaviest pressure?

Using these tools is not stretching. It is myofascial release to break up adhesions and scar tissue. The foam roller and lacrosse ball probably allow the deepest pressure because you can put the weight of your body on top of them.

Which tool allows you to stretch with the lightest pressure?

The stick will probably allow the lightest pressure and will get as deep as the roller or lacrosse ball because force is generated by your arms as opposed to putting your body weight onto the object.

What are good sources to learn proper stretching techniques?

Our trainers and the rest of us are great resources for someone looking to learn how to properly use the foam roller, lacrosse ball or stick. I am a great source for learning proper stretching techniques. I specialize in a technique called Active Isolated Stretching which is the most effective form of stretching that I know of. Depending on the area of the body, I will work with people for 30, 60 or 90 minutes to find out which muscles are the tightest and develop a “specific to them” home stretching routine.

The 4-1-1 for Using The Stick to Work on Sore Muscles

Have you seen or tried out “The Stick” yet, when you have tender muscles from a workout?  It is a great tool, that we keep stocked in our clinic as it is very popular for athletes of all levels.  With the help of our Certified Massage Therapist, Thomas DuBois, we have the 4-1-1 on using a “The Stick” to work out your muscle soreness.

The Stick


The Stick might resemble to some a bike handlebar with two handles, but along the center there are large beads that roll on the center of the bar.  There are two sizes of the stick available.  The larger one being a better size for reaching areas of the back.


Like the foam roller, the roller stick is best used to work on larger muscle groups such as hamstrings, quadriceps, calves, lower back muscles, forearms and the area where the shoulder meets the neck. The Stick makes a great substitute for the foam roller if you happen to be traveling, as it will fit easily within any luggage.


Much like the lacrosse ball and foam roller, ease into the deep tissues. Don’t force the pressure too soon. Allow your tissue to relax with lighter pressure before you really bear down. Once you do bear down, don’t be afraid to break the stick. It is very flexible and made to bend and conform to your contours. Find those tender spots and apply pressure for thirty seconds or until the tenderness decreases. Whichever comes first.


If you haven’t tried The Stick yet, be sure to ask one of our doctors, personal trainers, or massage therapists, how you can use it on a sore muscle group.  We have spares around the clinic to demonstrate.  If you like it, we keep them in stock at the front desk!

This is the third in a series detailing the differences and uses of popular massage tools that you can use from home.  Read about the lacrosse ball, and foam roller.

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