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Sheri Fox


Physician Associate

Sheri graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology and a minor in Biochemistry from the University of Colorado Boulder in 1993. During college, she worked as a certified nursing assistant caring for people with disabilities in their homes, worked on the telemetry and coronary care units of St Anthony’s Hospital and volunteered as an Emergency Medical Technician. Certain she had found her life’s work in medicine, she
went on to Emory University in Atlanta Georgia to graduate with highest honors from the School of Medicine’s Physician Assistant Program, earning a Masters in Medical Science.

Sheri began her medical practice in rural Northern Michigan at a community health center which gave her a broad background in Family Medicine but also an unshakable awareness of the limitations of conventional medicine in healing chronic disease. Working with complicated patients, she sought ways to identify and treat the root causes of their illness which led her to the study of Functional Medicine. In 2009, she began her studies with The Institute for Functional Medicine and was in the first group of practitioners to attain certification in 2013.

Sheri has studied bio-identical hormone replacement with Neal Rouzier, MD of World Link Medical and is currently in the process of certification. She is a certified BioTE practitioner and has continued to expand her functional medicine education by completing the Kalish Institute Mentorship program in 2015, studying genetics with Ben Lynch, ND and Bob
Miller ND, low dose immunotherapy with Ty Vincent MD, chronic complex illness with Richard Horowitz MD and mold illness with Jill Crista ND and Neil Nathan MD.

Seeking to address healing not of just the physical body but also of the mind and spirit, she has
completed training programs in yoga, Reiki and Shamanic energy work.

Sheri enjoys working in partnership with her patients and uses advanced testing to determine the areas most likely to effect positive change, then designs customized treatment programs for each patient. Her areas of interest include longevity and prevention, bioidentical hormone optimization, the identification and treatment of nutrient deficiencies, chronic infections, toxicity, and mast cell activation, as well as the overarching effects that lifestyle, trauma, stress, and spirituality have on creating an environment in which healing can occur.

She is certified by the National Commission for the Certification of Physician Assistants, licensed in Colorado. Sheri is a Colorado native and can be found outside in nature when not working.

Bike Riding Couple

"I’ve been to many doctors over the years and have never felt like I was their priority. Typically you have an appointment but have to still wait forever to see the doctor and then you are rushed thru the process. In Dr Boone’s office you are their top priority."

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