St. Aloisius Medical Center
< >






It is time to get your school sports physicals. We will be offering physicals in Fessenden and Harvey again this year.We have confirmed dates for Fessenden for school physicals. Monday and Tuesday July 1st and 2nd from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm at the Fessenden School.

Harvey Sports Physicals will be July 8 and 9 1:oo to 4:30 p.m. at the Harvey High School.



Dry Needling available now!

The Physical Therapy Department has now started Dry Needling! Dry Needling involves inserting a tiny monofilament needle in a muscle(s) in order to release shortened bands of muscles and decrease trigger point activity. This can help resolve pain and muscle tension and help promote healing. The goal of dry needling is to achieve a local twitch response when the needle is inserted into the trigger point. The local twitch response can “reset” the muscle fibers in the taut muscle band, causing the release of muscle tension and pain.

Trigger point dry needling is not billable to insurance companies at this time. However, if your physical therapist believes that dry needling may be beneficial to your treatment, there will be no additional costs for this service. If you are utilizing dry needling as a fee-for-service (PT services not billable to insurance company) then there is an associated charge per session.

Call to make your appointment at 701-324-5119.



St. Aloisius - Zero Harm Press Release

(Click the picture or title above for more information)


Our Long Term Care is a 5-Star facility as determined

by the Center of Medicare and Medicaid Services.

* * * * * * * * * * * **

NOTE: The Sisters of Mary of the Presentation Health System, which includes St. Aloisius Medical Center, is considered a Qualified North Dakota Endowment Fund. Are you aware of the tax incentive (income tax credit) for charitable gifts made to qualifying ND charitable organizations? If you are interested in learning more about charitable gift donations please contact us!


-See Events Page-