Mark Noe, CMHC
J.R. Martin has a unique background, education, and experience to serve you well. In the once rural community of American Fork, Utah, J.R. learned the value of treating everyone well from his father Dr. Jerry R Martin, M.D. Back in the day, Dr. Martin made housecalls, delivered babies and performed surgeries in the hospital, and saw patients in the clinic.
He loved his community and they loved him. J.R.’s experience and desire to serve led him to further his education with double masters degrees in Exercise Science and Medical Science. This unique blend of education makes J.R. particularly qualified to meet your health and fitness needs.
B.S. Exercise Physiology (minor Chemistry) Brigham Young University
M.S. Health Promotion, Brigham Young University
Master of Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Midwestern University
American Telemedicine Association
Utah Association of Physician Assistants
‘Effects of a strength training program on the blood lipid levels of previously sedentary adult women’ (American Journal of Health Behavior, Volume 21, number 5, Sept/Oct 1997).
‘Participation in a strength training program leads to improved dietary intake in adult woman’ (Journal of the American Dietetic Association, Volume 96, Number 4, April 1996).