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In our fourth decade of serving southwest North Dakota, RehabVisions provides comprehensive rehabilitation therapy at three locations: CHI St. Alexius Health Medical Center, St. Benedictine Living Center and our State Avenue outpatient clinic.

Our highly-skilled physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists work as a caring team to treat patients at all stages of life—pediatric through geriatric. We’ll create a comprehensive plan to help you feel better.

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Beyond Words: Treating Feeding Issues with Pediatric Speech Therapy

For parents and caregivers, few issues are as worrisome as feeding and swallowing difficulties in children. In addition to the obvious concerns about physical growth and getting enough nutrients, untreated feeding and swallowing disorders can lead to health, learning and […]

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Backpack Safety Tips

A backpack that isn’t used properly can cause back problems or even injury. Children — or anyone wearing a backpack — should follow these simple tips provided by our physical and occupational therapists. Tips for Safely Wearing a Backpack 1. […]

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5 Tips for Exercising in the Heat

Many of us are choosing to bring our workouts outdoors to make the most of the beautiful weather. While the warmth is refreshing, it’s easy to forget the toll it can take on our body. Here are some tips to […]

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A Guide to Pain-Free Gardening

With spring at the doorstep and the promise of longer days ahead, many are eager to get into their yards to bring their gardens to life. Gardening can be a positive and fulfilling movement activity. It can also lead to […]

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Get the Scoop on Shoveling Safety

Every winter — and well into spring, as we know firsthand in North Dakota — snowstorms and blizzards can leave piles of snow to be cleared in the aftermath. Good news: Even as few as 15 minutes of snow shoveling […]

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RehabVisions Bids Farewell to Clinic Manager Jean Herauf

RehabVisions’ clinic manager and speech-language pathologist Jean Herauf has announced her retirement from RehabVisions. Her final day was December 29, 2021. Jean served the Dickinson community for over four decades — with 27 of those years spent at RehabVisions. She […]

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Living with Alzheimer’s

Today, an estimated 5.8 million Americans 65 and older have Alzheimer’s disease, and that number is expected to rise to 13.8 million by 2050. While there is no cure yet, regular visits with physical, occupational and speech therapists can help […]

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Breast Cancer Recovery and Lymphedema: How Physical Therapy Can Help

Most patients recover quickly after breast cancer surgery and have no lingering problems. When problems do occur, they include: Difficulty moving the arm due to pain or tightness Mild weakness, which may be due to discomfort Physical or occupational therapy […]

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Falls Prevention: How Physical and Occupational Therapy Can Help

Falls and fear of falling can diminish your ability to lead a full, independent life. A fall can result in unwanted outcomes, including injury, loss of independence and decreased ability to do the things that are fun or important to […]

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Physical Therapy for Women’s Pelvic Health

Nearly one in four women suffers from pelvic floor disorders and one-third of women experience some degree of urinary urgency or incontinence. Pregnancy and aging can increase pelvic health and incontinence issues — but these conditions can affect women of […]

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How Technology is Improving Physical Therapy

As a physical therapist who treats patients in an outpatient clinic setting, I’m aware how fortunate we are to live in a time when patients have more direct access to physical therapy than ever before. This also means that physical […]

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Childhood Obesity: Prevention and Intervention

My job as a physical therapist is not only to help restore physical function and mobility but also to promote overall wellness. For ideal wellness and overall development, children should be physically active every day—probably more than you might expect. […]

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