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         Martha M. Conan 

 

Martha M. Conan grew up in Central New York. She was adopted at a young age and had two brothers and one sister.  Her father was a physician and her mother was a social worker who remained home to take care of her children. Snow and ater skiing, swimming and hiking were common activities as well as going to concerts, football and basketball games. Conan attended a Catholic high school and college whole studying ceramics and art history.  Martha M. Conan grew up in Central New York. She was adopted at a young age and had two brothers and one sister.  Her father was a physician and her mother was a social worker who remained home to take care of her children. Snow and ater skiing, swimming and hiking were common activities as well as going to concerts, football and basketball games. Conan attended a Catholic high school and college whole studying ceramics and art history.  She went on to graduate school at Syracuse University and received agree in rehabilitation therapy with a focus on mental health and substance abuse.  Wanting to learn more about holistic healing, Conan applied and was accepted into a program of acupuncture and Chinese medicine at New York State Chiropractic College.  Unfortunately, she was not able to complete her second master’s degree due to her declining health.

 

When Conan was diagnosed with Lyme Disease, she was able to implement the information she gained throughout her years in school to look outside of the box to heal. She has a strong Catholic faith.  As a result of her complications with Lyme, Conan is not able to work but does run a Lyme support group for Lyme patients and their family and friends.  She is a member of ILADS, the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society and on the board of the Empire State Lyme Disease Association. 

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