For those of you who make New Year’s resolutions read on! For those of you who can’t imagine cramming one more thing into your busy schedule even though you know you should, read on!
For those who make resolutions, go ahead and make them. Now ask yourself who do you have who will hold yourself accountable for achieving your goals? Our clinic has everything you could ask for whether you need weekly meetings to check your progress or a full lifestyle modification program.
For those who have a crammed schedule already, make a stop doing list! That’s right. What can you stop doing that is taking up valuable time? When you stop doing something, you can replace that time with something new. You can now set a goal knowing you have time to achieve it.
No matter who you are, you can find the time and you can achieve your goals. You can start your journey this Saturday, January 9th. Our clinic is open 8:00 AM – 10:30 AM and a doctor, massage therapist and trainer will all be here to help you
As you schedule your holiday parties, shopping trips and vacations, remember to schedule your chiropractic appointments. This time of the year can get very busy and stressful and making time for your health is crucial. Many people get sick during the holidays. Their immune system becomes suppressed from lack of sleep, lack of exercise, poor nutrition and hydration choices and increases in stress. At Kambeitz Chiropractic we’re set up perfectly to keep you healthy this holiday season. Call to schedule your chiropractic adjustment, your massage and your workout and make this a happy and healthy holiday for yourselfHoliday Office Hours
Please take note of our office hours for the holidays.
Monday, December 22nd Full Day
Tuesday, December 23rd 8:45 – 1:00
Wednesday, December 24th 7:45 – 12:00
Thursday, December 25th Closed
Friday, December 26th Full Day
Monday, December 29th Full Day
Tuesday, December 30th 8:45 – 1:00
Wednesday, December 31st 7:45 – 12:00
Thursday, January 1st Closed
Friday, January 2nd Full Day
Saturday, January 3rd 8:00 – 10:30
My initial goal in beginning 8 Weeks to Wellness was to simply feel better. The stress of caring for an elderly parent and the wear and tear of 62 years contributed to digestive problems and chronic aches and pains. Medical examinations found no serious problems, so I was left to treat symptoms with the normal regiments of antacids and ibuprofen. I considered myself a healthy person with an active lifestyle, but I didn’t feel well. 8 Weeks to Wellness provided an integrated program that included all of the elements that I have never been able to be consistent with. I needed the structure of the program to give form to my good intentions so that they could become reality in a consistent and comprehensive way.
The training part of the program provided new insights into working out and gave me the extra push to challenge my body. The adjustments and myofascial release therapy not only provided treatment, but also helped me understand the causes of my body aches. The result was physical and mental relief. The structure of a healthier diet and supplementation was also extremely helpful. The practice of using a journal to record what I was eating helped keep me on track and resulted in a change of lifestyle. My body now craves healthier foods and I have become acutely aware of how much better I feel when I keep my body well-nourished throughout the day. No more binge eating from feeling famished at the end of a long work day.
The results for me have gone far beyond my goal of feeling better. I have experienced a change in body composition, I have a stronger core and balance, I have a new love of exercise, and I have actually found great pleasure in healthy foods. An additional feature of the program was the use of a before and after blood test. Feeling better is a very subjective measurement of success, but the facts afforded by the blood work provided me with an objective look at the significant changes that had occurred internally. I truly am a healthier person thanks to this program.
I am grateful to the entire staff of Kambeitz Chiropractic for their encouraging and kind manner, their commitment to excellence, and their professional expertise.
Want to adopt a wellness lifestyle at your workplace?
Let us help!
Both Dr. Kambeitz and Dr. Zales are giving complimentary health and wellness talks this Fall.
This is a great way to educate your employees and employers on the benefit of wellness care. Our Doctors will come to your office and talk about the importance of wellness, and how changes in your health and wellness can improve your quantity and quality of life.
Kambeitz Chiropractic is your full service wellness headquarters. For those interested in improving their health with a personalized exercise regiment, dietary oversight, chiropractic adjustments, myo-therapy treatments, or a combination of these, we welcome you to learn more about, and ask your questions about our 8WW health and weight loss program.
Please contact Dr. Kambeitz or Dr. Zales if you are interested in having them come do a talk at your company. Give us a call at 303-790-6000. Thank you!
March came in like a Lion with a heavy, wet snow storm. It looks like March will go out like a Lamb with beautiful, warm and sunny weather. That means it is time for Spring cleaning and yard work. Here are some helpful tips to a safe and injury free Spring!
Stay hydrated. Drinking half your body weight in ounces of water helps every process in your body work better, including your muscles and joints.
Bend with your knees. When lifting bags of soil or other heavy objects keeping your back straight and bending with your knees will reduce the chances of injury to your low back. Keep this in mind even when lifting light objects!
Avoid repetition. I bet you rake leaves with the same motion every time. Try mixing it up. Over use repetitive actions can lead to injury. Picture a wire coat hanger. If you bend it enough times it will break!
Take a break. Many people will not stop until every last flower bed is clean. Relax and have a glass of water. Stop to admire the work you have done along the way. Those leaves and pine needles will still be there when you are done drinking your water.
Warm up. Getting your blood flowing will prepare your muscles and joints for activity. Try some jumping jacks or burpees!
Visit Kambeitz Chiropractic Health and Wellness Center. Making sure your spine and muscles are healthy enough to work outside is the first step. If there is undetected restriction in your spine, unresolved muscle tension and tightness and if you are deconditioned, your chances of injury are much greater.
Last weekend, I was searching for something to watch on Netflix and came across the documentary titled Hungry For Change. Within a few minutes into the movie, I couldn’t help but compare the lessons from the movie to the lessons taught in the 8WW program. (Hungry for Change and 8WW are in no way affiliated, but both have the same approach for health and wellness.) This is great, in my opinion, because the majority of the population has a very low awareness about the wellness implications of their daily lifestyle choices.
The movie mentioned components of 8WW – nutrition, exercise, sleep, meditation, stress, the nervous system. If you’re in 8WW, and you need a little bit of inspiration – this is the movie!
One line that I loved, from the movie was, “the problem is that we are not eating food anymore. We are eating food like products” which really resonated with me, having completed 8WW, when having to plan and journal the food we consume for each meal.
The movie included filmmakers from other popular wellness documentaries including Kris Carr of Crazy Sexy Cancer and Joe Cross of Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead. (I enjoyed both of these too when I saw them) These guests were definitely an asset, providing first hand accounts how changing a lifestyle has improved their health. This movie shows that it’s about creating a wellness lifestyle, rather than just moving from diet to diet.
The movie addressed so many popular topics, that we find ourselves discussing each day at the clinic, yet find so many people lost and confused about. It would be hard to summarize the movie in a short blog post, so if you’re interested in changing your life and become healthy, I recommend you to check it out. The movie trailer is above, and their website, hungryforchange.tv has more info, as well as a sign up to watch the first 20 minutes of the movie. (If you are a Netflix subscriber the full video is currently available in their instant viewing).
If you saw the movie, please share your favorite quotes and what you learned! Are you inspired to change your lifestyle now?