Irving Fox


Dr. Irving Fox was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Since childhood, he was always fascinated by the neurosciences. This led him to major in molecular neurobiology and cognitive neuroscience at UC Berkeley for his undergraduate, which he completed in 2014. Afterwards, Irving moved back to Los Angeles to work in a reputable neuro-oncology research lab for 2 years. During his time doing research, he realized that he wanted to work more directly with patients. As a result, he attended Western States University in Portland, Oregon, from where he received his chiropractic doctorate (DC) in 2021.

To further his passion and understanding of neurology, he began his training from the Carrick Institute in 2018, from where he completed specialty training in the clinical neurosciences, including but not limited to vestibular rehabilitation and concussion management. Shortly after receiving his DC, Irving also earned his Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board (DACNB). In addition to completing over 1,000 post-graduate neurology hours, he has completed various functional medicine programs to help complement his approach to treating patients.


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Before sustaining multiple knee injuries, Irving was a highly-competitive basketball player. Though he no longer gets to play basketball, he has established a regular yoga routine as a replacement. He is a fan of reading, drawing, world music, classic cinema, and pretending to know how to cook. On any given evening, you will likely find him studying and playing online chess.

Irving Fox