Meet the Doctors and Staff

  • Dr.
    Jim Kambeitz

    Dr. Kambeitz has had a passion for health and nutrition from a young age. He was born and raised in Alberta, Canada where he played multiple sports. Hockey was his passion when he played five years in the Western Hockey League. Those five years earned him the WHL academic scholarship program that took him to the University of Calgary for his undergraduate degree and then to University of Houston where he completed his Master’s degree. Dr. Kambeitz continued his journey to Parker Chiropractic College in Dallas, Texas and completed his Doctorate of Chiropractic in 1998. He continues to study all aspects of health and nutrition and is currently working to complete his certification in functional medicine to better serve his patients. Dr. Kambeitz believes the key to optimal health is an active lifestyle consisting of exercise, nutrition, chiropractic care, mediation and restful sleep. When not working with patients, Dr. Kambeitz spends time with his wife Tina and their sons Demetri, Dino, and Anthony.

  • Dr.
    Bryan Zales

    Dr. Bryan Zales has always enjoyed caring for people and helping others. He grew up outside of Chicago but followed his dreams out west to enjoy outdoor adventures such as hiking, camping, fishing, and hunting. He has been a valuable part of the Kambeitz Chiropractic team since 2009 and is a very skilled and compassionate chiropractor. He especially enjoys the intangible rewards that come from helping people feel better and adopt a healthy lifestyle. Outside of the clinic, he enjoys spending time with his wife Sarah and their young son and daughter.

  • Dr.
    Troy Thramer

    Dr. Thramer grew up in a small town in Nebraska, where he was one of seven in his graduating class. Dr. Thramer was involved in several sports, including football and basketball. While enduring aches and pains from his athletic career, he discovered his chiropractor could help relieve that tension. Dr. Thramer 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 he had an extreme passion for helping others out of pain and get back to what they love. Dr. Thramer attended Cleveland University – Kansas City for his Doctorate in Chiropractic. At this time, he also obtained certifications, including TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) Level 2 Medical, Selective Functional Movement Assessment, Functional Movement Screen, OnBaseU, and dry needling. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time outdoors, golfing, and hiking with his wife, Madison. His patients immediately recognize Dr. Thramer's willingness to go the extra mile to provide excellent chiropractic care.

  • Dr.
    James Stetson

    Dr. Stetson grew up in Kansas City and has always been very active through sports and outdoor activities. He learned early on that health and wellness were very important to him, and being able to share that knowledge with his future patients motivated him through his degrees. Dr. Stetson received his Bachelors of Arts in Kinesiology at the University of Arkansas. At this time, he worked with future NFL players and Olympians in football and track and field programs as a student athletic trainer. He received his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Cleveland University – Kansas City, and obtained additional certifications in Selective Functional Movement Assessment, Functional Movement Screen, Titleist Performance Institute, OnBaseU. He also holds certification as a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer and USA Weightlifting Performance Coach. Dr. Stetson is passionate about movement correction and nutrition to help his patients live their best lives. Dr. Stetson continues to be competitive in CrossFit and enjoys being active and outdoors whenever possible.

  • Michele G
    Massage Therapist LMT, RYT 200, Stott Pilates instructor

    Michele's interest in health began in college, where she graduated with a Bachelor's of Science in Psychology, studying stress relief and stress management. She then completed a massage program from the Aveda Institute and started practicing in the Twin Cities. Michelle started taking yoga classes to heal her back injuries. It was so transformative she decided to become a yoga instructor, followed by a Pilates certification. Michele, her husband, and their daughter moved to Parker in 2016. She enjoys cooking, hiking, swimming and continues to practice yoga and Pilates daily. She's also a bookworm and loves to read the evening away with her beloved cats in her lap.

  • Dakota S
    Modality Therapist

    Dakota, a rare Colorado native, has always enjoyed sports from baseball to basketball. Dakota has continuously led an active lifestyle playing collegiate baseball before an elbow injury caused a halt to his playing days. That career-ending injury led him to want to help others enjoy the things they liked to do, whether it was sports-related or not. Dakota is always here, present, and ready to help.

  • Gregg G
    Massage Therapist

    Gregg was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska, where he grew up playing baseball. Gregg played collegiate baseball at the University of Nebraska at Omaha before undergoing Tommy John surgery. Following his 10-month rehab, he continued to travel the country, training, and playing in a few different independent leagues. While training in New Jersey, he found a massage therapist that worked on his elbow regarding scar tissue and loss of range of motion. Immediately Gregg fell in love with it. After Gregg's second injury, he hung up his cleats and moved to Colorado for a massage therapy program. Outside of his massage career, Gregg coaches baseball at Mullen High School for the past five years.

  • Alexis A
    Personal Trainer, B.S., NASM CPT, C.P.L.C

    Alexis grew up in a small, rural town in Northern New Jersey, where her devotion for all things health and wellness first began. She was a multiple-sport athlete her entire life, but her first true love was field hockey. Alexis went on to play at the collegiate level for Montclair State University, where she earned her Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science and Nutrition. Alexis suffered a career-ending injury her junior year of college that changed her life forever. She viewed her injury as an opportunity that would lead to many open doors. Since then, Alexis has found the power of yoga to help her recovery process. She kept her competitive spirit by competing in powerlifting and coaching - as the head varsity field hockey coach at Pope John XXIII Regional High School and Mount Saint Dominic Academy. Most importantly, she gained a burning desire to focus her career on the clinical side of fitness. Alexis feels her purpose is to educate others on having a positive, long-lasting relationship with their physical, mental, and spiritual health through mindfulness and gratitude. Alexis enjoys snowboarding, hiking, music, photography, and spending time with her dog, Odin.

  • Kristen F
    Personal Trainer, B.S. Nutritional Sciences; NASM CPT

    Kristen joined our team as a trainer this past November. She grew up on a farm in southwest Iowa and enjoyed staying active by playing golf and volleyball in high school. As Kristen got older, she learned the importance of living a balanced lifestyle by being active and prioritizing a healthy diet. Kristen went to college at Iowa State University and received a Bachelor's degree in Nutritional Science while becoming a NASM Certified Personal Trainer. She loves working with individuals of all ages and backgrounds to help them achieve a sustainable lifestyle. Health and fitness look different for everybody, and she is passionate about helping each patient find what works for them. Kristen moved to Colorado in June 2020 and loves spending time outdoors hiking, camping, skiing, and exploring the area with her boyfriend, Dylan, and dog, Rocky.

  • Jeff D
    Personal Trainer

    Jeff grew up an athlete playing soccer, hockey, golf, snowboarding, and skateboarding. From a young age, he was always looking for ways to be a better athlete and found the power of exercise to improve his athletic performance.  After multiple injuries and suffering from a compression fracture causing chronic low back pain, he came to the realization that he wanted to pursue a degree in exercise science to learn how to help himself and others move better and live a pain-free life.

  • Krissy S
    Chiropractic Assistant

    Krissy was born in Northern California and shortly after moved to the beautiful state of Colorado. Krissy loves spending quality time with her husband and two beautiful girls. Her daughters keep her busy by being involved in dance, swim, and tennis on a day to day basis. Krissy worked for Frontier Airlines for 17 years before transitioning into the world of chiropractic. Her enthusiasm and drive for helping others are what sets her apart.

  • Taylor S
    Chiropractic Assistant

    Taylor grew up in a small town north of Denver, where she was involved in an active and balanced lifestyle. Taylor played collegiate softball in Santa Barbara, California, for two years before moving back to Colorado to finish her degree in Psychology at the University of Northern Colorado. Being a collegiate pitcher meant plenty of time getting rehab and working range of motion. Taylor knew these movements would benefit others in the long run, leading her to chiropractic. Outside of work, Taylor enjoys traveling, hiking, and spending time with her friends and husband.