New healing arts practitioner at Trillium Wellness Center in Potsdam
Wednesday, August 8, 2018 - 2:42 pm

POTSDAM -- Trillium Wellness Center, 42 1/2 Elm St., has a new Healing Arts Practitioner, Rebecca Martin. Martin is a clinical associate professor at Clarkson University where she coordinates and teaches neuromuscular and motor learning coursework.

She is active within the community as the coordinator for the Parkinson's and Functional Movement Disorder Support Group and is a founding board member of the Seaway Parkinson's Foundation.

While she is expert in many neuromuscular disorders, Martin’s two main areas of clinical focus are Parkinson's disease and concussion. She is working on her doctoral dissertation in physical therapy from Nova Southeastern University.

Martin treats clients at Trillium through a cash based physical therapy practice. Clients pay up front for services and are reimbursed through their insurance companies as applicable.

She provides services through Trillium where she can set lower rates to be able to serve more individuals.

In addition to physical therapy, Martin works with clients, typically with neurological disorders, who are seeking to improve their health and wellness. She runs a Parkinson's disease exercise course geared to the way that people with Parkinson's learn best. And she teaches a twice-weekly exercise class for Parkinson’s patients at Trillium.

For more information, see trilliumyogacenter.com or contact [email protected].