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Sanford Health Foundation Mayville Fall 2017

Healing in a hurry

Sanford Mayville keeps Pam Sedler moving

Every step made a difference

Smart ways to give Save the date for Giving Hearts Day


Every step made a difference

Healing in a hurry

Patients in the Sanford Mayville cardiac rehabilitation program are enjoying a new recumbent exercise bike, thanks to an outpouring of community support.

Sanford Mayville keeps Pam Sedler moving

Earlier this summer, more than 100 runners and walkers of all ages joined us for the 2017 Sanford Mayville 5K/10K/Senior Route to help raise funds for the important program.

Physical therapist Tami Parker and patient Pam Sedler.

Pam Sedler isn’t the type to sit around her Mayville home. At 66 years old, she’s far from being ready to slow down, and the last thing she wants standing in her way is chronic back pain. “I like to go 100 miles an hour, and that’s just the way I am,” Sedler said. “I want to keep active, and I don’t want an injury to slow me down or stop me from doing the things I really want to do.” Sedler is a go-getter. She plays guitar and piano and sings old country and gospel songs at a local nursing home. She even taught herself how to ride a motorcycle and fell in love with the feeling of wind on her face. She has four grandkids she likes to chase around, and with her husband, bought a camper this summer to explore more of North Dakota. Sedler will be part of a volunteer welcoming crew for Super Bowl 52 next year in the Twin Cities, a job that will require extended time standing on her feet.

the point where she could hardly walk, leading her to physical therapist Tami Parker at Sanford Mayville Medical Center. “Oh my goodness, I’ve noticed a big difference,” Sedler said. “Tami was so good and very encouraging to me. She was as enthusiastic about me getting better as I was.” Sedler started by going to physical therapy three times a week and now only goes as needed. During their sessions, Parker tailored stretches and exercises to Sedler’s needs. “Tami taught me not to get discouraged, that anything I do is better than nothing at all and not to push myself to the point of pain,” Sedler said. “That was a big, big help in my healing.”

“That made a big difference,” Sedler said. “Tami did a super job with that treatment.”

Thank you to everyone involved!

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Through physical therapy, Sedler wants to get back to being active, walking or working for a few days without stiffness and pain. “I would love to be where I have no discomfort,” Sedler said. “With Tami’s help, I’m getting there.” Sedler and her husband moved to Mayville 14 years ago from nearby Hatton, N.D. Both receive care at Sanford Mayville and can walk from their house to any appointments. “Our facility here is fabulous,” Sedler said. “We have everything we need right here in Mayville. I wouldn’t go anywhere else. We have terrific doctors and an outstanding staff.”

Parker also treated a painful 40-year-old scar on Sedler’s Thank you for helping ensure abdomen using a leading-edge technique called ASTYM therapy. Sanford Mayville has the resources to provide expert care to so many in our community. To With ASTYM, a non-invasive continue supporting local health treatment, Parker used a conecare through the Sanford Health shaped instrument on the Foundation Mayville, please tissue around the scar to help “Now that I’m retired, I have time call (701) 788-3800 or use the regenerate healthy soft tissue. to do all the things I want to do,” enclosed envelope to make a gift. After a series of treatments, Sedler said. “I have a lot of plans.” Sedler said she noticed the scar loosen to the point where But recently, all that activity she can stand up straighter. began to take a toll. Sedler suffered from severe back pain to 2 encourage

The race would not have been possible without the hard work and dedication of our event committee members: Sonia Burley, Ashley Erickson, Rick Karboviak, Samantha Thykeson, Brian Halvorson, Colleen Hardy and Kim LaBine.

A gift to the Sanford Health Foundation Mayville can be part of a beneficial financial plan.

visionary commitment to the future of health and healing in Mayville.

Create a legacy gift How will your life’s work and personal values inspire future generations?

Did you know that the Sanford Health Foundation accepts donations of grain and livestock?

By arranging a future gift — through a will, life income gift, gift annuity, charitable trust or insurance policy — you can meet your personal, financial and estate planning goals. You may even increase the size of your estate and/or reduce the tax burden on your heirs.

This is a great opportunity for local farmers and ranchers to give back and receive significant tax savings. Here’s how it works: You sell your product to your local elevator or sale barn and they send the amount you choose to the Foundation. Then you can subtract that amount from your taxable income.

We proudly welcome donors who have arranged future gifts through the Sanford Health Foundation Mayville into our Legacy Society. Members of this elite group are honored in various ways for their

Interested in learning more? Please contact Colleen Hardy at (701) 636-3249 or colleen.hardy@sanfordhealth.org.

Give a gift of grain or livestock

Save the date for the 10th Annual Giving Hearts Day. Support your local community by giving to Sanford Health Foundation and choosing the Mayville fund. To make a gift, visit impactgiveback.org. For more information, like us on X XM

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Light up a life The holiday season is right around the corner! Take part in our annual tradition of decorating the Christmas tree in the lobby of the Sanford Mayville Medical Center. Make a donation to Sanford Mayville and have a festive ornament hung in honor of a loved one.

$100 or more: a silver ornament | $25 to $99: a blue ornament It’s not too early to start spreading holiday cheer! Gifts for holiday ornaments are welcome now through December 21. Every dollar will support continued excellence in patient care here at Sanford Mayville. To make a gift, please use the enclosed envelope.

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