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Rebecca Fox, MD

Rebecca Fox, MD

Rebecca R. Fox MD has been caring for children in Loudoun County for 23 years in general pediatrics.  She is opening her new practice to focus on integrative and functional medicine concepts for pediatric patients. She is especially interested in centering her care on the special needs of complex medical conditions such as POTS, PANDAS/PANS, Lyme disease and ADHD.

Dr. Fox attended the University of Kansas for both undergraduate and medical degrees.  She completed her pediatric residency at Cornell Medical College at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, New York.  She is board certified in Pediatrics.

With her new practice, FoxCare Integrative Pediatrics, she plans to focus on the symptoms her patients are having as well as looking more deeply into the causes of these symptoms.  Specifically she will investigate nutritional and genetic factors that contribute to the overall health of the child.

FoxCare Integrative Pediatrics will also have the ability to perform virtual visits through telemedicine using the eVisit platform (which is a medically secure Skype). E-mail her here.

 

 

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