In recent weeks, a lot of office workers in the Denver Metro area have moved to work from home with the Colorado Stay at Home orders in response to COVID-19. While the stay at home orders are intended to slow the spread of the disease, we know a lot of people are feeling pain in their back, hips, shoulders, necks, elbows, etc from their makeshift work from home work stations.
Don’t be tempted to work from the couch! Poor ergonomics can decrease your energy, focus, motivation, and productivity…!
Dr. Zales explains what to look for to set up a great workstation for the time being while you’re working from home.
Need help from Dr. Zales to improve your workstation? Take photos of your workspace, have a family member take a photo of you sitting in your workstation (or set the camera away with a timer delay if you don’t have anyone else in your household – now is the time of social distancing), and email drbryan [at] kambeitzchiropractic [dot] com, so he can see where adjustments may be made for a better, more comfortable and efficient workspace.
You may have heard Dr Jim or Tina talk about their daily smoothies to start their day with a healthy mix of vitamins, healthy proteins, and nutrients.
It is a great way to boost your energy without caffeine. Dr Jim shows how easy they are to make and Tina is sharing her receipe for this morning routine. Let us know if you have any questions and we hope it becomes part of your routine!
Tina’s Green Shake For 2 Servings 1 Full scoop Vanilla Juice Plus powder ½ apple ½ lemon Banana- Whole 1tsp- Power blend Omega 3; Turmeric Blend- Power of 3 1 tsp- Maca Powder- Incan Superfood 1tsp- Spirulina & 1tsp Cholorella- Sunfoods Brand; super foods 1 tsp- flax, chia, coconut- Barleans Brand 1 tsp- Matcha Green Tea Powder- Sprouts Brand ½ tsp- Tumeric Powder- Sprouts Brand 1 tsp- Coconut oil- Barleans Brand Earthbound Power Greens; baby chard, kale, spinach and Muzula Fill blender ½ with water and ice
In this Active Isolated Stretching demo videos, Thomas demonstrates stretches for the IT bands, gluteus medius and minimus.
Active Isolated Stretching/ Strengthening (AISS) is a complete form of bodywork that has been in development by Kinesiologist Arron L Mattes for the past 30 years. It is the most effective and specific form of stretching and muscle activation in the bodywork world. At our clinic, Thomas specializes in Orthopedic massage and AISS. In 2012, he received permission from Aaron Mattes, the founder of the Active Isolated Stretching/ Strengthening technique, to teach AISS to the massage community as continuing education.
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.
Learn more about our clinic services and view more AIS demo videos, follow us on https://youtube.com/kambeitzchiro.
The key to more than one participants’ success with 8WW is
accountability. It takes accountability to change your lifestyle. Recent
8WW grad Doug shares his wins after completing our 8 weeks to wellness
program. Congrats Doug!
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.
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.
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!