Traniceia Campbell, CNA, NT, CLD Flyer
SERVICES AND FEES
Traniceia Campbell, CNA, NT, CLD
Licensed Personal Care Provider/Certified Nursing Assistant/Nursing Technician
Licensed through the District of Columbia’s Board of Nursing
Under the direction of the Licensed Holistic Nurses
Certified Lymphatic Drainage Practitioner
Lymphatic Drainage – The method provides Gently and rhythmic movement through the lymph system of the body, especially inflamed areas, relieving pressure and enhancing the functioning of the immune system. As both a preventative and therapeutic technique, LD can be used for a wide range of purposes including faster recovery from injury, reduction of swelling and discomfort, and strengthened resistance to illness. $125.00 for a 60 minute session.
- Academy of Hope
* Certified Nursing Assistant, graduation date: December 16, 2021
- Washington Institute of Natural Medicine
*Certificate in Massage for Health Care Practitioners, Accredited by the American Alternative Medical Association for Continuing Education, May 11, 2022
*Certified Lymphatic Drainage, Graduation Date: Accredited by the American Alternative Medical Association for Continuing Education, May 11, 2022
Nursing Technician/Assistant/Personal Care Provider Training and Scope of Practice
Anatomy and Physiology, diseases and it’s effect of the body, medical terminology, patient care principals, activities of daily living, transferring and ambulation, vital signs, back rub/massage techniques, Passive Range of Motion of arms legs, hands/wrists, and feet (stretching, abduction, adduction), personal care and hygiene to promote circulation and prevent skin breakdown, Massage application of lotion/cream for skin dryness and to promote circulation and prevent skin breakdown, foot soak/bath and care with massage application of lotion, hand and nail soak/bath and care with massage application of lotion, psycho social care skills, warm or cold/ice pack application, gathering vital information about the patient/client’s condition, assess physical conditions of patients/clients and reports to charge nurse or doctor, explains basic medical information to patients/clients, apply bandages/dressings after receiving the specialized training, perform specialized medical tasks or treatments during employment after receiving in-service training or continuing education classes. These tasks/treatments vary by practitioner all depending upon the additional training provided at the workplace.