As a student, Dr. Martin interned at Salvation Army Drug and Rehabilitation Clinic, John H. Stroger Hospital in Cook County and in a PTSD clinic. He was a teacher’s assistant in chiropractic school and helped create the course books for Botanical Medicine I and Pharmacology. He graduated with a Doctorate in Chiropractic in 2009 and started practicing in a family practice. He graduated with a Master’s in Acupuncture in 2011.
He was hired in 2012 to teach human biochemistry, nutritional biochemistry, botanical medicine I, and botanical medicine II at National University of Health Sciences. He still practiced part-time as a faculty practitioner. He also started teaching nutrition periodically for St. Petersburg College, Purdue University Global and Georgia Military College.
He has written and published several articles in the journal of chiropractic medicine related to nutrition, herbal medicine and acupuncture including Dietary and Lifestyle Changes in the Treatment of a 23-Year-Old Female Patient with Migraine, Multimodal care in the management of a patient with chronic tendinopathy of the biceps femoris: A case report, Treatment of a Woman with Glycyrrhiza glabra for Acute Sinusitis: A Case Report, and Complementary Medicine Therapies that may Assist with Weight Loss: A Narrative Review and Treatment of Psoriatic Arthritis with Acupuncture, Turmeric (Curcuma longa), Sarsaparilla (Smilax Officinalis) and Vitamin D: A Case Report.
In 2018, he graduated with a Master’s in Public Health and helped establish and is a clinician at a free Veteran’s Clinic.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4 | 10:30 am – 11:30 am The Treatment of Autoimmune Conditions Using Botanicals Brett Martin, D.C., MSAc, MPH