The clinic is open. Patients are asked to please wear a mask or face covering while in the building. If you need to have someone accompany you to your visit for assistance, please do. Otherwise, all patients are asked to come into the building unaccompanied when possible.
Please stay healthy and consult the CDC for more information on COVID-19
Sendero Medicine focuses on non-surgical care of adults and children with bone and joint problems as well as concussions. The sendero, Spanish for path, represents my belief that treating an injury or long-standing pain requires a unique understanding of where you have been before coming to the clinic as well as your unique goals for treatment. We will start with establishing a solid diagnosis and discuss options for getting you on a path to get the most out of work and play.
Dr. James Fox is a board-certified emergency physician and fellowship trained specialist in primary care sports medicine. Raised in Reno, Nevada and Grand Forks, North Dakota, Dr. Fox went on to attend college at the University of Montana and is a graduate of the University of Arizona's College of Medicine and College of Public Health. As a sports medicine fellow, Dr. Fox served as a physician with the University of Arizona Athletic Department, Campus Health Service, and the Banner Health Arizona Institute for Sports Medicine.
We welcome athletes at all levels of competition with sports related injuries or pain as well as industrial athletes whose occupation has led to pain or injury.
Arthritis care at Sendero Medicine starts with a comprehensive assessment of your medical history and workup to be sure that all causes of joint pain have been considered. Treatment includes joint injections, non-narcotic pain medications, and connecting you with the best professionals in our area including physical therapists, pain management specialists, and surgeons.
Patients with concussion are seen at Sendero Medicine regardless of whether the injury was sports related or not. We welcome patients with diagnosed or suspected concussion under who have not been diagnosed with a brain bleed or skull fracture. We will work with you to develop a recovery plan to get you back to school, work, and the activities you enjoy safely.
Physicals, or pre-participation evaluations (PPE), for school sports, camps, or other activities are available at Sendero Medicine for $30
Physicals for school sports for the 2020-2021 school year can be done now
$30 is payable by cash or credit and your insurance company is not billed
No insurance required
See Forms section below to download the Arizona Pre-Participation Evaluation prior to your appointment for a sports physical, or complete the forms in the office. Parental consent and signature required for minor patients.
Appointments are available on Wednesdays at 2 Tucson Locations
Swan and Camp Lowell
4727 E Camp Lowell Drive
River and Dodge
Inside the Tucson Jewish Community Center
3800 E River Road
TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT
Call (520) 600-4300
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Please review X-Ray policy below for new patients
PARA CONCERTAR CITA
Llame al (520) 600-4300, marque 2
Las 24 horas del día, 7 días de la semana
We are expanding our in-network insurance plans
Call today to check if Dr. Fox is currently in-network for your plan
If you are being seen for injury or pain of a bone and/or joint, we do require that X-Rays be completed before your first appointment. Please be sure to bring a report from any X-Rays performed. if possible, have the radiology service that performed the X-Ray burn you a disc with the actual images and bring that as well.
If you had X-Rays performed at Radiology Ltd in Tucson, your results and images can be accessed in our office, so no need to bring a copy with you.
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