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Integrated Health Centers is dedicated to bridging the gap between alternative and conventional healthcare. Our clinic is a one stop wellness center that integrates Chiropractic, Acupuncture, Nutrition, Massage, Behavioral Psychotherapy, Salt Therapy, and Physical Therapy. We offer a team approach for the wellness of our patients and their families.


Our mission is to help families acquire a complete health and wellness routine that will allow them to live a life of vitality and reach their maximum health potential. By making sure our patients feel heard and understood is of the utmost importance to our staff at Integrated Health Centers. We focus on empowering our patients to find their own voice for self-advocacy. 

We are committed to being accessible to each and every patient, physically and emotionally. We are here to provide the caring and compassionate relationships of personal physicians that existed in our grandparent's era.

Our center of excellence provides patients the opportunity to utilize the expertise of conventional medical physicians from various specialties working in concert with alternative medical practitioners. This team approach to patient care allows for a broad spectrum of treatment options, personalized attention and education services within one facility.

You can visit our testimonials page to see how many patients have benefited from services provided by Centennial number one wellness center.

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Dr. Kenneth Szarka
Centennial Chiropractor | Integrated Health Center | 303-220-7319

7286 S. Yosemite Street #150
Centennial, CO 80112

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Chiropractor for the Colorado Mammoth Lacrosse team 

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  • Dr.
    Kenneth Szarka

    Dr. Kenneth Szarka, Chiropractor and a.k.a. Nutrition Guru is a graduate of Logan College of   Chiropractic in St Louis, Missouri, where he received his Doctorate in Chiropractic. He is a native of Calgary, Alberta Canada. Dr. Szarka also holds a certification with the Colorado State Board in Acupuncture. His passion for optimum healthcare and the body's intelligence and natural ability to foster its own healing drives him to stay involved in current health issues.

    Dr. Szarka's coaching and professional athletic background are complimented by his formal education in Science and over a two decades of experience in the sports industry. He is the Performance coach and team Chiropractor for the Colorado Mammoth Lacrosse Team. In addition he volunteers his services to schools, businesses and small groups, providing lectures on spinal health, nutrition, women's healthcare and chiropractic. As a father of three Dr Szarka understands the daily demand on his patients to balance family, career, and ultimately their health.

  • Danielle McMahan, LMT

    Danielle McMahan, is a graduate of the Denver School of Massage Therapy and is licensed by the state of Colorado. Her mission as a massage therapist is to support individuals in achieving life balance through personal wellness. Though most of her work has been centered around rehabilitative and therapeutic massage. Each massage she gives is intended to cater to each individuals needs by integrating a variety of techniques that she has developed throughout her career. Danielle's area of expertise are Deep tissue, Myo-fascial, Neuromuscular, Trigger point, Lymphatic, Pre-natal,   and rehabilitative therapies.

  • Christina Szarka, MSTL, MSW
    Behavioral Psychotherapist

    Using a individualized approach to psychotherapy, individuals and families gain the resources to change, heal and grow. Working together, we will take steps to help you and/or your loved one find practical solutions to real world problems. Many people have undergone therapy that takes them down the road exploring a variety of past issues. My approach is to address past concerns, while focusing on current issues that are hindering you from the life you want now.

    Specialty areas include: Trauma, PTSD, Anxiety, Depression, High conflict family relationships, Reunification/Reintegration, life changes and transitions. PC/DM, Parent Coaching

  • Nicholas Song Dip. L.Ac, MSOM

    Nicholas is board certified in Acupuncture by the State of California, the State of Colorado and the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine.  He earned his Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degree from the South Baylo University at Los Angeles, California.  He is certified as a L.Ac by the Acupuncture Board in the State of California, which includes certification in Clean Needle Technique and Chinese Herbology.  He is also certified in Anatomy and Neurobiology from the University of California at Irvine. 

    Nicholas is deeply committed to adapting to the evolving health challenges we face in these modern times by incorporating the latest scientific advancements in Oriental Medicine. This means his patients receive the most advanced care available of a traditional medicine with a rich clinical history of success. Some of his specialties include: neck and shoulder pain, back pain, sciatica, arthritis, knee and foot pain, sprains, migraines, depression, stress management and weight loss.

Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dr. Szarka is a wonderful chiropractor that I refer often to my friends and family. His passion for his job is obvious. He is caring, compassionate, and the most knowledgeable person I know regarding chiropractic care, nutrition, and overall maintenance of good health. He does not try to push you for more visits (unless he honestly thinks it is needed). You will not be disappointed."
    Milly
  • "Our younger daughter, age 6, has Sensory Processing Disorder, meaning her nervous system responds to stimuli differently than the typical person's system. Often times her SPD can display itself as hyperactivity and lack of focus, similar to ADHD. After receiving her first treatment my daughter said "Mom that really helped me! When can I go again?""
    Nikki
  • "Dr. Szarka does a great job! Always pleasant and gentle."
    Mike

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Integrated Health Center

Monday:

8:30 am-6:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-3:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-6:30 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-12:30 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed