Expert Techniques From A Massage Therapy Instructor
If you’re looking for the perfect way to surprise that special someone in your life, consider giving him or her an all-out, deeply relaxing back massage. While store-bought items can be great, they can’t beat a really good back rub. You…

We all know the Carrington College family truly cares about the communities that are home to our 18 campuses. Our students, staff and faculty prove it regularly with frequent community focused events. But one particular community project, held annually at our Phoenix North campus, really tugs at…

While your classes in different realms of medicine will qualify you to become a medical assistant, you’ll still likely be surprised by some of the practices you engage in during your actual employment.
Though this disconnect in understanding can be somewhat worrisome, there’s no need to fret…

The World Health Organization is urging countries worldwide to invest in fighting 17 neglected tropical diseases, according to an official news release.1
The organization released a progress report showcasing that many neglected tropical diseases are in fact petering out, but that increased…

For health care professionals, such as certified medical assistants, there’s nothing more important than ensuring patients are safe from infection during standard procedures such as vaccinations, surgeries and other medical procedures.
However, according to the World Health Organization, reusing…

Reading a doctor’s handwritten prescription can feel like trying to understand a foreign language. Between confusing pharmacy abbreviations, complicated medical names and other bits of information, it’s natural for your eyes to glaze over after just a few seconds. Whether you’re a…

Whether you’re becoming a doctor, a nurse or a certified medical assistant, you’ll probably have to draw blood countless times over the course of your career.
While this process is one of the more basic tasks that you will be assigned when working in a hospital, clinic, or medical practice, it…