The term "Massage Therapist" refers to a variety of techniques specifically designed to relax muscles by applying pressure to them, against deeper muscles and bones, and rubbing in the same direction as the flow of blood returns to the heart.Massage Therapy is a healing art with a history going back thousands of years. In many countries today, Massage Therapists and holistic health practitioners work side-by-side with other medical professionals. The demand for massage therapists has greatly increased over the past few years with the renewed interest in health and well being that is sweeping the country.
The process of cavitation uses specific frequency at specific depth that will create energy (heat) resulting in the implosion of adipose tissue (fat cells). At the same time release toxins which are contained within the fat cells.
Vascular and Abdominal ultrasound is a non-invasive technology. Our program is focused specifically on protocols and interpretation such as: What ultrasound exam to use for specific clinical conditions, How to perform the ultrasound exam and how to interpret the results of the exam on a patient.
The EKG Technician is a person who works in the cardiovascular area in clinics, hospitals, telemetry units, and pre-admission testing (surgery) performing ECG's, and sometimes performing basic arrhythmic interpretation.
A Certified Phlebotomy Technician is a person who collects blood samples, performs special blood tests, on new born, children and adult patients for analysis. As a Phlebotomy Tech., you are a vital member of a Lab. Team, in all type of Medical facilities.
Medical Assistant is the combination of phlebotomy technician, electrocardiogram technician (EKG Tech), patient care procedures, first aid, cardiopulmonary reanimation, and defibrillation. This training provides students with the theoretical foundation and practical skills needed to handle the clinical duties of an entry level medical assistant position.