From an early age, Dr. Fox recognized his desire to help people and an interest in the natural world around him. Having spent the majority of his life traveling, he was exposed to many different ways of life and health. It was during his studies in Belgium that he first discovered naturopathic medicine.
Given his interest in nature, environmentalism and holism, his interest was piqued. His research into the field only furthered his desire to become this type of physician; someone who promoted patient’s overall health in a multitude of ways using as natural of an approach as possible. He went on to complete his Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine at Bastyr University, one of the world’s preeminent universities for natural medicine, in 2014.
Following this, Dr. Fox completed a rigorous CNME two year residency in Bellevue, Washington. He has trained extensively to utilize tools such as Autonomic Response Testing (ART), neural therapy, and micronutrient IV therapy.
His approach integrates a variety of medical systems in diagnosing and treating persistent/chronic Lyme disease, mold biotoxin illness, CIRS, metabolic disease, hormone imbalances, autoimmune disease, as well as improving wellness in those who are healthy. Dr. Fox is passionate about LGBTQ medicine. He has achieved advanced training in bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) and advanced intravenous (IV) therapy.
When he gets to take off the white coat, he enjoys exploring the Pacific Northwest. Having moved to the northwest from Baltimore, he finds himself amazed at the sights and smells of such a lush and beautiful landscape. He has a fondness for eating as locally as possible. Cycling, yoga, and trail running are some of his favorite ways to stay active.
753 N 35th St Suite 104 Seattle, WA, 98103 USA
Bastyr University, Seattle
Bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) and advanced intravenous (IV) and intramuscular (IM) therapies, persistent/chronic Lyme disease, mold biotoxin illness, CIRS, and autoimmune conditions.