Achieve Physical Therapy_Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist Pain

The entire design of the SKILLMILL™ makes it a great tool to introduce a non-exerciser to aerobic exercise. Seniors and people with conditions like metabolic syndrome, heart disease, osteoporosis or other chronic conditions will find the curved, ergonomic surface very easy to use and gentle on their joints.The benefits of aerobic exercise for individuals with these conditions are well established and better clinical improvement is seen in people of any age who people participate in aerobic exercise. To see the SkillMill™ in action, visit the Achieve Performance Facebook page and view the uploaded videos. If you are ready to roll and would like to give the SKILLMILL™ a try, request your free 30 minute training session by requesting a consult at a-consult/ or by calling us at 701-757-1322. Let Achieve Therapy help you Move Better, Feel Better, Play Better. SKILLMILL ™ (Continued)


Laurie Holte, MPT

Laurie Holte, MPT, is a Grand Forks native and proud alum of Grand Forks Central. She received her master’s degree in physical therapy from the University of North Dakota in May of 2001. She worked as a staff therapist for HealthSouth Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation from 2001-2003. In 2003, she along with three other clinicians founded Achieve Therapy, LLC. Laurie practices at our clinic located in the Turning Point Health & Wellness Center. She specializes in outpatient orthopedics, chronic pain issues such as fibromyalgia and other forms of arthritis, lymphedema management and women’s health services for the treatment of urinary incontinence and pelvic/low back pain. She has advanced training in Primal Reflex Release Technique (PRRT) and is an ASTYM certified provider. Laurie and her husband Rick enjoy spending time at the lake, athletics of any kind, and family time with their three young daughters.

Exercise Essential


Strengthens Arms Always consultyour therapistorphysicianbefore startingexercisesyouareunsureofdoing. Try this movement if you are experiencing arm pain.

While holding an elastic band at your side with your elbow bent, start with your hand away from your stomach, then pull the band towards your stomach. Keep your elbow near your side the entire time. Repeat 10 times on each side.

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