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.

Baby Cavan gets a Chiropractic Adjustment

Babies benefit from adjustments just as much as their parents! In this video Dr. Kambeitz works with Cavan, improving his range of motion. It’s not easy being a baby, learning to roll, crawl, and walk all while trying to hold up a proportionally larger head. While they might not be able to voice exactly what is bothering them, babies too can have sore necks. Fortunately, chiropractic adjustments provide relief aching back and necks for both young and old.

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Baby Cavan gets a chiropractic adjustment by Dr Kambeitz

A 2019 highlight – sharing chiropractic with the next generation. In this video Dr. Kambeitz works with Cavan, improving his range of motion. It’s not easy being a baby, learning to roll, crawl, and walk all while trying to hold up a proportionally larger head. Babies benefit from adjustments just as much as their parents!

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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.

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Stress Management with Meditation

Stress is an integral part of everyone’s life. It seems the more you try to avoid stress, the more stress finds you. Stress is not something to be managed. Stress is an everyday fact of life. What needs to be managed is our response to stress. One of the most powerful ways to do this is to learn how to meditate. 

   Mindfulness is taking control of your mind by directing its awareness towards something else, like your breath. Remember we are trying to strengthen our PEACE of mind muscles. This cannot be done without peace. It’s like trying to lift weights without the weights. Mindfulness is the mind-body tool that will remove fears, reduce cravings, strengthen self-awareness, and increase our ability to make proper choices when perceiving a stressful event. With 8 Weeks to Wellness® achieve an INCREASE in physical and mental relaxation, alertness, and capacity for more intimate and quality contact with others, creativity, productivity, personal satisfaction with life and work.

Calm and Headspace are two of many apps that can help you get started.

Depak Chopra aptly said we are human “be”ings and not human “do”ings . We certainly have perfected our ability to juggle multiple balls at one time. However, we have not perfected our ability to quiet our mind and truly become a human BEing.

Back to School Adjustments for Kids

A young boy wearing a backpack runs towards the bus stop

We made it back-to-school, now let’s set the kids up for success this school year!

Back to school is never easy – school supply shopping lists, early alarm clocks, and the anxieties of meeting new classmates and teachers. It is also physically stressful for kids of all ages, as they carry heavy backpacks, spend hours looking at computer or tablet screens (often with poor posture), and are sore from the return of after school sports.

Now that your family has made it back to school, don’t forget to keep adjustments in your family’s routine. Adjustments are beneficial for children of all ages, helping with conditions from bed-wetting, stressed immune systems, sore muscles, growing pains, and much more.

As Dr Bryan Zales explains, “Back to school can be a stressful time for our kids. Their developing immune systems will be bombarded by cold and flu bugs daily. Their growing spines will be carrying heavy loads in improperly fitting backpacks. Fortunately, Kambeitz Chiropractic takes back to school very seriously. Chiropractic adjustments help the spine become more resilient and boost the immune system. Myofascial release therapy relaxes the tension and tightness in their muscles. Exercise helps to strengthen the body and gain postural strength. For my son Colter, I increase the frequency of adjustments to give him the best chance at a happy and healthy back to school!”

Dr Weston’s Tips for a Comfortable Ergonomic Workspace

Set up your Workspace for Better Comfort and Productivity

Do you work at a desk for a few hours at a time and find that your joints are sore, your neck is stiff, and your wrists are aching? If you answered “yes,” it’s time to evaluate your desk and work area ergonomics. This is necessary for your office, as well as your kids’ homework desks.

Dr. Weston’s Top 5 Things to Pay Attention to When Sitting at Your Desk!

A man sits at a desk facing his computer screens with poor uneven posture while working
This man sits at his desk with uneven shoulders. Adjusting his chair up could help him reach the mouse without lifting his right shoulder.

1. Posture! – Make sure your shoulders are touching your seat back. You should be seated upright with your shoulders back. No slouching!

A digital illustration of someone and their spine and red at the neck indicating where there's pain

2. Head Position – Is your head jutted forward? Stop that. Your head should be directly over your shoulders. Any deviation of the head forwards increases the strain on your neck muscles leading to neck pain, stiffness, and HEADACHES!

A woman leans over her laptop while talking on the phone, creating unnecessary strain on her neck
This woman leans over her laptop while talking on a cell phone which will result in more neck pain as she leans down and over her computer. Neck pain is imminent, even if it is supposed to be a short phone call.

3. Computer position – Organize your workstation in a manner that allows your elbows to be at your sides and bent at 90 degrees when typing on your keyboard. Your hips and knees should also be at a comfortable rest position around 90 degrees when seated. Last, but not least, your monitor should be at a height that allows you to look at it directly in front of you (no neck flexion or extension required).

4. Stretch Regularly – If your muscles maintain the same position for an extended period, they will become accustomed to the new shortened position leaving you with a tight and stiff neck, back, hips, YOU NAME IT! It is important to stop and stretch any muscles you feel may be getting tight. You will thank yourself in the long run.

Man taking a break and casually walking outside

5. MOVE!!! – You should be taking frequent micro-breaks (2-5 minutes) throughout your day. Aim for standing up and walking around the office every 20-30 minutes. The more you move the better you will feel.