In Minot, North Dakota there is a place of comfort and compassion.
The dedicated staff members of Trinity Homes provide 24-hour care in a contemporary
home-like environment for people recovering from surgery, for individuals seeking rehabilitation after an injury or illness, and for those who
require assistance in their daily care.Learn More
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Contact: Mary Muhlbradt
(701)857-5116, Fax: (701)857-5683
Russell Gust, coordinator of Trinity Health's Exercise Physiology Department, has been certified as a cancer exercise trainer by the American College of Sports Medicine in collaboration with the American Cancer Society. Certification follows four months of study and passage of a national exam. Gust is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and has a master's degree in Exercise Physiology. Founded in 2007, Trinity's Cancer Exercise Program helps cancer patients combat fatigue, gain strength and improve their overall physical condition, which aids in the fight against cancer.As a cancer exercise trainer, Gust develops and administers fitness assessments and exercise programs for cancer patients, based on their diagnosis, treatment regimen and current recovery status.