Dr. Craig Fox

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Dr. Fox began his physical therapy career as a PTA in the US Army, where he focused on outpatient orthopedics treating service members and their families. Upon discharge from active duty, Dr. Fox attended the University of Michigan where he received bachelor degrees in Cellular and Molecular Biology and Health Science before completing his doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Michigan – Flint, in 2007.
Dr. Fox has been an APTA certified clinical instructor since 2010. In 2011, Dr. Fox received his ABPTS certification in Neurologic Physical Therapy. Dr. Fox’s focus in neurologic rehabilitation includes the spinal cord injury population and the stroke population, as well as gait abnormalities associated with numerous neurologic conditions. Dr. Fox has lectured on both the SCI and stroke populations at the University of Florida and the University of Michigan. Currently, Dr. Fox is a clinical mentor in the Neurologic Residency Program for UF Health. Dr. Fox’s research interests are related to increasing activity levels in patients with neurologic conditions, emphasizing high intensity training to initiate neuroplasticity, as well as returning to recreational and competitive sports status post neurologic injury.