Dr. Rob Fox

Frequency One with Rob Fox: Are FM and ME/CFS Viral outbreaks?

Dr. Robert Fox DOM, APNP maintains that Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (FM–CFS/ME) are mistakenly diagnosed as a set of symptoms when the primarily cause is viral. He discusses how to take a diagnostic approach utilizing lab results and offers an Integrative avenue to treatment. Dr. Fox operates, Shalem Healing, a non profit organization in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. References and Resources, including a diagnostic checklist that will prompt your practitioner to find and treat the root cause of your health problem for this video are available below. 

You have to be able to test and to be able to interpret. Your provider should have a vested interest in seeing what is the cause of your illness and how they can help you get better.  ➳ Rob Fox


Video interview with,

Integrative & Regenerative Medicine

Shalem Healing, Milwaukee, Wisconsin


EBV Acute Infection Antibodies Ab VCA, IgM

EBV Early Antigen Ab, IgG

EBV Nuclear Antigen–Ab, IgG

Parvovirus B19, IgG and IgM

Cytomegalovirus Ab, IgG and IgM

Human herpesvirus type 6 Antibodies IgG and IgM

Online: Comprehensive Viral Panel


Complete Blood Count (CBC) with Differential

Hepatic Function Panel

Optional: IgG or delayed food sensitivities testing


Liposomal herbs, Medicinal teas

Prescription antiviral options:

Valganciclovir Hydrochloride HCL 450mg tablets

Valacyclovir HCL 1gm tablets

*May require an antacid along with treatment

Alternative treatment options:

LDA / LDI  Immunotherapy

Antiviral Frequency Specific Microcurrent


Stanford Medicine News, July 31, 2017

Oprah Magazine, December 2015

Montoya Talk on CFS–Viral Connection (Jose G. Montoya, professor of medicine, infectious diseases and geographic medicine, Stanford University Medical Center) 2011

Valganciclovir Treatment Abstract, December, 2006

New York Times, July 28, 1987

Los Angeles Times, June 7, 1986