Richard M. Foxx, M.D.

Advisory Board Member

Internal Medicine
Education: M.D., Drexel University
Expertise: Anti-Aging Medicine, Sports Medicine, Hormone Therapy, Nutrition, Weight Loss
Doctor Richard M. Foxx’s professional career has been marked by his passion for promoting wellness in his patients. Trained at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Dr. Foxx has a lifelong interest in sports medicine as well as hormone replacement therapy, nutrition, and weight management.  He has integrated his training in Internal Medicine with his board certification as a Gynecologic Surgeon and Obstetrician.  Doctor Foxx served with distinction as the Regimental Surgeon for the 6th Armored Cavalry Regiment before starting his private practice in Newport Beach, California.

Former Chairman of the department of Ob/Gyn at Hoag Hospital, Dr. Foxx is a consultant for Bel Marra Health and Editor of Doctors’ Health Press.  He is the author of WORLD HEALTH CURES and numerous other medical monographs.

Several years ago Doctor Foxx and his wife fulfilled their decades-long dream and moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico, where they now live.  Doctor Foxx enjoys riding horses, exploring the historical quirks of the Southwest, writing, and gourmet cooking.  He has authored a murder mystery, SPIRIT RANCH, and is presently at work on a follow-up.

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