Fox Chiropractic

Meet Dr. Fox


Dr. Brandon Fox is an Eagle Scout who excelled in sports and academics as a student at Ponderosa High School. Brandon decided to attend Brigham Young University where he wrestled for legendary Coach and Olympic Medal Winner Mark Schultz. He graduated in Exercise Science from BYU in August 2004. After 13 quarters of education and clinical experience, Brandon graduated Magna Cum Laude from Life Chiropractic College West in Hayward, California. Upon graduation, Brandon moved to Elk Grove to work with the most successful chiropractor in the Sacramento area. There he treated his own patients and learned how to run a successful practice. He is passionate about combining the latest research and techniques in the Chiropractic field with traditional, tried-and-true methods. Dr. Fox is now pleased to be back home with his wife, Brittany, and their four children.


My Story

When I finished my undergraduate degree at BYU, I pursued a Doctorate in Chiropractic. In my first quarter of Chiropractic school, I focused completely on my studies. Not only did I sacrifice family time, I almost completely stopped exercising, eating right, enjoying hobbies, and receiving chiropractic care.

It was at this time that I came down with a serious illness. I started to break out in hot flashes and was dizzy every time I started to walk. My heart started to flutter, but worst of all I started to wake up not being able to breathe. As a collegiate athlete, I never experienced anything like this before. Every night I worried about my life. My symptoms continued to grow and I felt as if my body was falling apart. Over the course of a year, I ended up going to the Emergency Room twice, a general practitioner twice, a neurologist, a urologist, and a chiropractic neurologist. During every spare moment not spent studying, I searched the internet, talked to numerous teachers at my school, and read every book to figure out the disease causing my symptoms. I went to a cardiologist where they performed an echocardiogram, stress tests, and had dye injected into me during a CT scan. No diagnoses were made. Although religious, I was told to find religion, and deal with the stresses in my life. That was it, it was blamed on stress. If anyone has ever experienced anything like this, you will understand where my mind was at. I didn't know if I was going to live to see another day.

It was during a chiropractic visit where the doctor psychologically slapped me upside the head by asking a couple questions. Are you eating right? Do you exercise? Do you find time to do your hobbies? I replied not really to all his answers. His last question was, are you receiving regular chiropractic care? I told him every once in a while. It was then that I realized that I was not living a wellness lifestyle. I was going to be teaching this but I wasn't doing it myself. I was so focused on trying to diagnose myself that I lost track of doing those things that would bring me better health.

My paradigm switched that day. I started eating better, exercising, coaching the wrestling team at the local junior high, and I received regular chiropractic care. My symptoms started falling off like leaves in the fall. This is where my belief in chiropractic care and overall wellness care was solidified. If we stop focusing on symptoms and focus on the kindergarten answers of, Eating Well, Moving Well, and Thinking Well, people would be living a longer, healthier life. Come visit Fox Chiropractic, a local Cameron Park chiropractic office today and start your wellness lifestyle.




Fox Chiropractic






Fox Chiropractic

Fox Chiropractic

Fox Chiropractic