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I am a licensed medical physician and a board-certified psychiatrist. I sub-specialize in treating persons who are bothered by anxiety, worry, and stress. I wish to help you to achieve the greatest success in treatment with the least inconvenience and expense. I wish you a speedy recovery and hope that you'll feel like your old self again real soon. If there's anything that I, or my staff, can do to help you, please bring it to our attention and we'll see what we can do.Read more
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Likelihood of recommending Dr. Cox to family and friends is 4.8 out of 5
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Sometime when we fail to respond to treatment we get so disheartened. In psychiatry, as long as the neither the patient nor the doctor gives up, people tend to get better.