Your HIPnation membership includes direct contact with Chris Knox, an annual physical with routine blood work, preventive care, sick visits, and a real relationship. You are not a number and will never be treated as such.
From Chris: “My philosophy, and medical opinion, is that our bodies, when given the appropriate support, tend to heal themselves. As such, my approach is to help patients make lifestyle changes to promote optimal health, before using pharmaceutical or surgical interventions, when this is safe and appropriate. I am a Primary Care Provider with additional training in Functional Medicine, and part of my practice is as a Functional Medicine specialist. If you would like to hear more about this part of my practice and how Functional Medicine Services can be added to your membership at a discounted rate of $50/month (in addition to your HIPnation membership), I can provide that information for you.”
For more information go to: www.chrisknoxfxmed.com.
Your primary contact will be Chris Knox. Medical care is provided by Chris Knox PA-C, under the direct supervision of Dr. Nicholas Beaulieu.
Christina Berry Knox MMSc, PA-C, practices family and urgent care medicine under the direct supervision of Nicholas Beaulieu MD. Chris received her Master of Medical Science degree from Emory University in 2007. She is Board Certified through the NCCPA and has practiced in Primary Care, Orthopaedics, and Urgent Care for over a decade. She is experienced in caring for patients with acute illnesses or chronic diseases, as well as counseling patients in best practices for achieving optimal health and wellness.
In 2016 Chris completed Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice training through the Institute for Functional Medicine. She is a member of the Institute for Functional Medicine, Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine, American Academy of Physician Assistants, and Georgia Academy of Physician Assistants. She has maintained national board certification for Physician Assistants, serves on the Admission Committee for Emory University’s PA Program, and mentors medical students. A wife and mother, Chris tries to achieve work-life balance, without truly knowing exactly what that means.
Chris Knox sees patients age 2 and up.