Nikki Fox

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Dr. Nikki Fox

Nikki Fox

D.O., Diplomate American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Board Certification: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation – American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
2015 BE Pain Medicine – American Board of Pain Medicine


Dr. Fox has a background in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, and Interventional spine and pain management. She completed her undergraduate degree in Biology at University of Central Oklahoma, and went on to pursue a Master’s in exercise physiology at the University of Oklahoma. Her medical training was completed at University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey in 2007. She went on to attend residency in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, at Wayne State University in Detroit MI. Higher education was continued through completing a fellowship in interventional pain medicine at Integrated Pain Management, located within the San Francisco Bay region; Including John Muir Hospital system.

Dr. Fox has special interest in spinal disease/injury, musculoskeletal injuries, low back and neck pain. Her practice is dedicated to rehabilitation and preventative medicine, interventional pain medicine, and minimally invasive surgical innovations in the field.

Education, Internship & Residency

Pain Medicine & Interventional Spine Fellowship:
Walnut Creek California – Integrated Pain Management – 9/2011-12/2012

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency (ACGME):
Wayne State University/Detroit Medical Center – 8/2008-6/2011

Medical School:
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey SOM – 2003-2007

Program of: Master of Science in Physiology – GPA 3.8:
Oklahoma University Health Science Center – 2003

Bachelor of Science in Biology – with Honors:
University of Central Oklahoma

Professional Memberships

American Academy of Pain Medicine, 2015

American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, 2013 – Present

International Spine Interventional Society, 2013 – Present

American Osteopathic Medical Association, 2008 – Present

Present American Medical Association, 2008 – Present

Present American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 2005 – Present

Present Association of American Indian Physicians, 2003 – Present

Honors & Awards

Deans’ Honor Roll University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, 2001 – 2002

President’s Honor Roll University Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, 1999 – 2003

Dean’s Honor Roll University of Central Oklahoma, 1999

Dean’s Honor Roll University of Central Oklahoma, 1998

Ms. Oklahoma 1997 – Bodybuilding

Dean’s Honor Roll University of Central Oklahoma, 1995 – 1996

President’s Leadership Scholarship, 1994 – 1998

President’s Honor Roll University of Central Oklahoma, 1994

Honor Scholar Certificate Oklahoma University, 1994

Honor Scholar Certificate University of Central Oklahoma, 1994

Golf Scholarship Oklahoma University, 1994

Research & Presentations

Chapter Revision on Acute and Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathies with Dr. Jay Meythaler – (2009) chairman of the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan PM&R residency program-Wayne State University School of Medicine. – 2009
Case presentation WSU: SI joint pathology and recent treatment options – 2009
Journal Club at Wayne State University: Comparison of the Effectiveness of Amitriptyline and Gabapentin on Chronic Neuropathic Pain in Persons with Spinal Cord Injury – 2008
Case presentation at Wayne State University: Devic’s disease – 2008


Playing and/or watching football, surfing, windsurfing, skiing, scuba, horseback riding, and competitive fitness. Basically, doing anything under the sun. I also enjoy a good scary movie, or reading a good science fiction book.

1994 – 1998: Competed in nationwide bodybuilding shows. I won Miss Oklahoma title in 1997 and placed 2nd in 1996. I placed in several other shows over my career.