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Bismarck

  Sanford Downtown Walk-in Clinic
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  Sanford North Walk-in Clinic
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  Sanford Children's Walk-in Clinic
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Dickinson


  Sanford Health Walk-in Clinic
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Minot


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ADHD Clinic

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is generally characterized by lack of attention, easy distraction, impulsiveness, and sometimes hyperactivity.

Managing ADHD is a team effort. this team includes health care providers, occupational therapists, teachers, and school personnel, parents, and your child.

  • Review of questionnaire "Developmental History for Occupational Therapy Evaluation of Sensory Integration and Praxis."
  • Review of patient history
  • Parent interview
  • Assesssment of visual motor skills
  • Assessmonet of fine motor skills
  • Assessment of self-help skills
  • Assessment of attention span
  • Assessment of sensory integration

For more information, please contact the ADHD Clinic by calling (701) 323-5437.

Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis Clinic

The Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis Clinic is a unique service to children and families who suffer from JRA. Headed by Dr. Lynne Peterson, a rheumatologist with extensive experience in working with JRA, the clinic is offered throughout the year.

A team approach is provided for your child including a physician, occupational and physical therapists and mental health professionals.

A combination of blood tests, X-rays and assessment of symptoms can diagnose JRA. Treatment may include medication, therapy and some activity adjustments.

Our goal is to support your child and family by providing expert evaluation and extensive education and support.

For more information, please call (701) 323-8030.

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Follow-up Clinic

Graduates of the NICU are often at risk for delays in development. The NICU Follow-up Clinic is designed to monitor your infant's development and to provide you, the parent, with instruction and education.

Your infant is assessed jointly by physical, occupational and speech therapists. Areas assess include gross motor skills, fine motor skills, feeding, sensory processing, pre-language skills and social/interaction skills. The parent(s) are present during the visits so it is also an opportunity for you to receive instructions and additional education related to your infant's development and risks.

Referrals for the NICU Clinic are made by the neonatologist or primary physician when your infant is discharged from the NICU. The Clinic Coordinator arranges the follow-up appointment with the referring physician and pediatric therapists.

The results and recommendations are discussed with the parent(s) and are provided to the referring physician. For more information, call (701) 323-6590.

Wheelchair Seating and Mobility Clinic

Sanford Health offers a comprehensive evaluation to determine the seating/positioning and mobility of the physically challenged. Ideally, a wheelchair should not be issued without an evaluation to identify specific needs.

Specific issues addressed at the clinic to achieve the optimal goals:

  • Posture
  • Musculoskeletal deformities
  • Balance/trunk control
  • Skin integrity/risk for pressure sores
  • Home environment/employment
  • Functional abilities
  • Adaptive equipment
  • Cognitive/visual skills
  • Motor control
  • Manual vs. power mobility
  • Pediatric/adult/geriatric
  • Pressure measurement technology

This technology is used to determine peak pressure on a seated or lying surface. Using a pressure mapping device is helpful with determining pressure reduction solutions such as proper cushions, weight shifting and positioning.

A team approach is utilized to identify these needs. The Sanford Rehabilitation team includes an occupational therapist, physical therapist, patient, family/caregiver, rehab technology specialist from a medical supplier, and when needed or indicated, a speech therapist. A physician referral is needed to initiate the process.

Wheelchair seating/positioning and mobility are all major issues for the disabled person. By recommending the appropriate equipment, optimal function, comfort and performance are assured.

For more information or appointment scheduling call the Sanford Rehabilitation office at
(701) 323-6153.

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