Dr. Nicole Fox has been a chiropractor in Central Alberta since graduating from Palmer West Chiropractic College in December 2004. Her passion for treating patients with a wholistic, head to toe approach has brought many successes through out her career. A member of the Pro Rodeo Sport Medicine Team since 2005, Dr. Nicole’s experiences treating at rodeos has given her unique and challenging cases. Having been a massage therapist prior to going to chiropractic college, Dr. Nicole utilizes many soft tissue therapies including A.R.T. ®, Graston Technique®, myofascial cupping, Rockblade, Rock taping (kinesiology taping) and Erchonia cold laser therapy. Additional continuing education training over the past 13 years had included extremity adjusting, visceral manipulation, Cranial Adjusting Turner Style and chiropractic neurology (concussion and Traumatic Brain Injury treatments). Nutritional advice and postural awareness round out the wholistic approach.
Dr. Nicole Fox was born and raised in Delburne, AB. She attended Red Deer College and University of Calgary for her undergraduate studies. After returning from chiropractic college she practiced in Red Deer and in 2018 she decided to follow her passion of providing quality cutting edge care to rural communities and she joined Vantage Physiotherapy and Healing Hands, Lacombe. Outside of clinic care and going to rodeos she is a busy ranch wife and has 3 beautiful red headed children. Living south of Rimbey raising beef cattle, sheep, pigs and 2 ponies, Dr. Nicole also enjoys scrapbooking, gardening and entertaining family and friends.
- Doctorate of Chiropractic - Palmer College of Chiropractic West
- Spine, Upper & Lower Extremity, Nerve Entrapment and Masters certifications in A.R.T. (Active Release Technique)
- Graston Technique Module I certification
- Erchonia Laser certification - Advanced Protocols
- Cranial Adjusting Turner Style (C.A.T.S) Level 1 & 2
- Chiropractic Neurology