Dr. Martin was diagnosed with celiac disease at 19 years old and it was one of the driving factors that made her passionate about becoming a naturopathic doctor. Since her diagnosis, she has learned a lot about celiac disease, through her education and through her own experiences. She understands the challenges of living with a chronic digestive disease and how much it can impact your quality of life, including work, exercise, travel, socializing, and even engaging in romantic relationships. Dr. Martin has seen the power and efficacy of naturopathic medicine when it comes to improving digestive health and has made it her goal to support others living with celiac disease, irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, and many other digestive conditions.
Dr. Martin is passionate about optimizing the health of women and their families during preconception, pregnancy, postpartum, and beyond. She pursued an externship at The World of My Baby, a clinic that focuses on pregnancy care and family health. At the Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic, she completed a clinical internship with a focus in pediatrics. She also trained as an ND doula through the Association of Perinatal Naturopathic Doctors (APND) and has gained experience working with women throughout their pregnancy and birth. Dr. Martin loves working with the whole family. She will educate and empower you to make the health choices that will have lifelong benefits for both you and your children.
Emily Martin graduated from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) with a Doctor of Naturopathy (ND) and is a licensed naturopathic doctor. She is registered with the College of Naturopaths of Ontario and she is also a member of the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors and the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors. Prior to her naturopathy study, she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Queen’s University. This unique combination has given Dr. Martin a strong background in human anatomy and physiology, as well as evidence-based research and treatment methods.