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Safe at home
Rehab helps Williston woman recover after stroke

Helen Millette undergoes rehabilitation with Dr. Douglas Eggert, rehabilitation specialist, at Sanford Health.
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A race with only winners
Families benefit big time from annual event

Thanks to funds raised through the Sanford Health Great American Bike Race, Tyler Schwab can experience riding a bike with his father, Mike.
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'She's not stopping'
Toddler gets moving after physical therapy

After six weeks of therapy at Sanford Rehabilitation Center, Kassy Hojian is able to walk and run like most children her age.
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Innovative therapy helps toddler swallow trouble-free

With help from Sanford Health Speech Pathologist, Tracey Lockrem, and an innovative treatment called VitalStim, Addison Ereth has been able to overcome swallowing troubles that once hampered her ability to eat.
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Great American Bike Race
The race where everyone wins

John Cicha has benefited from specialized equipment thanks to the Sanford Health Great American Bike Race.
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A cause close to home
GABR funds benefit Watford City family

With her new Walkabout gait trainer, Sierra Frick is more independent.
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Walking tall
Innovative leg treatment helps high school athlete overcome disability

Despite a disability that causes walking difficulties, Christopher Kennedy plays football and baseball for the Harvey High School Hornets.
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Miracle recovery
Richardton rancher survives near-fatal head injury

Rancher Dale Diede credits Sanford Health’s rehabilitation team for his recovery following a serious head injury in March 2009.
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Have remote, will travel
Innovative leg therapy helps Crosby teenager ditch leg brace

Thanks to therapists such as Jackie Mrachek and the Active Leg program at
Medcenter One, Kelsey Busch has a much better gait.
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Back on his feet
Hydrotherapy helps Bismarck man recover from traumatic injuries

Jamie Crane, a Sanford Health physical therapist, works with Esley Thorton in Sanford Health’s rehabilitation pool. The water’s buoyancy is helping Thorton, who was injured in a car accident, regain his ability to walk.
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Family is plenty motivated
Annual Sanford Great American Bike Race
brings friends and families out in full force

Mitchell Hintz helped pull together three teams of 10 riders each for this year's Great American Bike Race (GABR). The teams collectively raised more than $23,000.
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At ease behind the wheel
Driver rehabilitation program helps driver overcome disability

Debbie Opp's prosthetic leg once made driving nearly impossible. Today she is able to drive her own car with ease thanks to therapy provided by Sanford Health's Driver Rehab program.
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Moving from tantrums to words to hugs
Therapy helps Bismarck boy develop communication, social skills

Sanford Health therapists helped Nathan Dressler overcome anti-social behaviors such as avoiding eye contact and human touch.
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'Better than Christmas'
GABR a thrill for everyone involved, and a huge help to families

Faith Bousfield looks forward to Christmas, but she’s even more excited for an annual event that her mom says is “better than Christmas” for Faith.
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Teacher aces test
Free injury screening puts woman on fast track to recovery

Sixth-grade teacher Kathy Kindschi took advantage of Sanford Health Sports Medicine's free injury screening and now is back playing the sport she loves.
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Sweet-sounding success
Woman back on her feet after rehabilitation

After around six weeks of rehabilitation at Sanford Health, Alice Iszler is back home and back playing piano at church and in weddings.
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Lessons re-learned
Therapy at Mandan Living Center helps woman
regain independence after stroke

A stroke threatened to take away Celia Kuntz's independence, but the rehabilitation services she received helped her return to apartment living.
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On the road after recovery

Chuck Ehli can get out on his own again thanks to Sanford Health's driver
rehabilitation program.
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