Dr. Kambeitz knew from a young age that he wanted to live an active and healthy lifestyle. After being injured playing hockey and suffering from headaches, Dr. Kambeitz turned to chiropractic for help. Then and now he has maintained a chiropractic lifestyle to keep him in the game and enjoying an active lifestyle with his three boys and wife Tina. Dr. Kambeitz treats patients from newborns to our growing senior population and all level of athletes in between.
Dr. Zales has always enjoyed helping people. As a child he would take an elderly gentleman out for walks in his subdivision. He can recall watching a Chiropractor adjust and help his Dad so they could play catch again. Dr. Zales then worked for this Chiropractor where he found that this is where his passion lies. Dr. Zales practices what he preaches as he enjoys exercise, eating correctly and the outdoors with his young son and wife. He is a Certified Chiropractic Golf Specialist and certified to perform sports physicals for student athletes. No patient is too young or too old to recognize his heart felt compassion for health and wellness.
Dr. Thramer grew up in a small town and was very involved in many different sports, and discovered that all of the aches and pains from sports could be resolved with the help of his chiropractor. He has always valued a healthy and active lifestyle. While earning a degree in Nutrition Science at the University of Nebraska, Dr. Thramer began working at a chiropractic office. He quickly learned ha had an extreme passion for helping others out of pain and get back to doing what they love. Dr. Thramer attended Cleveland University – Kansas City, where he enjoyed attending seminars to obtain certifications such as TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) and dry needling. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time outdoors on the golf course and hiking with his fiancé Madison. His patients immediately recognize Dr. Thramer’s willingness to go the extra mile to provide excellent Chiropractic care.
Monica is a 2005 graduate of The Boulder College of Massage Therapy. Her main area of focus is sports and orthopedic massage with an emphasis on deep tissue, myofascial release and trigger point therapy. Monica was a teaching assistant at The Cortiva Institute of Massage Therapy from 2007-2008 where she helped students develop their skills in the sports and orthopedic modalities. Monica’s passion for massage therapy stems from the ability to be able to assist people reach their full potential in their journey toward maximum health and wellness. Tracking the progress of her clients and seeing the positive results that massage therapy can have is what drives Monica to continually learn and grow as a massage therapist. In her free time Monica enjoys being active in the outdoors whether it be hiking, biking, running, snowshoeing or playing/watching sports.