Drs. Jared and Kirsten Spitz are Torque Release Technique proficiency certified chiropractors at Apex Chiropractic. Photo courtesy of Apex Chiropractic

Drs. Jared and Kirsten Spitz are Torque Release Technique proficiency certified chiropractors at Apex Chiropractic. Photo courtesy of Apex Chiropractic

Apex Chiropractic opens in Bothell

Owners Jared and Kirsten Spitz use the torque release technique to treat patients.

The Bothell-Kenmore Chamber of Commerce, along with the community, gathered to celebrate the ribbon cutting ceremony for Apex Chiropractic on Jan 10.

“It was pretty emotional,” said owners Jared and Kirsten Spitz. “[The chamber’s] words were awesome. [Their] words encompassed what we had gone through. We did most of [the office] work ourselves…We were getting the office ready to be a good representation of us and our passions. For us to have that event and showcase this space to everybody was a really amazing experience. It was surreal.”

The Bothell-Kenmore Chamber of Commerce, along with the community gathered to celebrate the ribbon cutting ceremony for Apex Chiropractic on Jan 10. Photo courtesy of Apex Chiropractic

The Bothell-Kenmore Chamber of Commerce, along with the community gathered to celebrate the ribbon cutting ceremony for Apex Chiropractic on Jan 10. Photo courtesy of Apex Chiropractic

The Spitzes opened their chiropractic business in hopes to help patients reach the “apex”of their health. Their newly remodeled office is located at 24016 Bothell Everett Hwy, Suite 200 in Bothell.

They both said their first chiropractic experiences helped them understand that it was useful for their whole body, rather than just for neck and back pain. The “purest” form of chiropractic care restored their bodies and they believed it could do the same for others.

The doctors met in Dallas at chiropractic school, where they became torque release technique proficiency certified chiropractors. Both decided to move back to Washington and open their chiropractic business to be close to family. Kirsten is a Washington native and Jared is from Oklahoma.

They said they are purists when it comes to chiropractic care. They want to be masters in their art and craft. The Spitzes use the torque release technique, which is all based on neurology. They preform a neurology assessment on every patient before adjusting them. This is a specialized adjusting chiropractic technique that can correct subluxation or spinal misalignments by gentle and non-invasive means.

“Our goal is to get people [adjusted] as fast as we can so they can live the life they want to,” said Kirsten. “We want to get people to the apex of their health or their apex of their life. If you’re not functioning, you’re not living that way.”

The chamber and community members signed the Apex letter on Jan. 10, where it will displayed in their office. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

The chamber and community members signed the Apex letter on Jan. 10, where it will displayed in their office. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

The Spitzes are excited to have Apex in the Northshore community. They said they are setting down roots and are ready to serve the community.

Residents can learn more about Apex at local community events, where they host informational pop-ups. The doctors also host “lunch and learns” for businesses and offices to learn more about their techniques.

To learn about Apex visit their website at apex chiropracticwa.com.


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