James Wilcox, MD, FAAFP, RMSK is a Family Medicine and Sports Medicine physician who practices at Eskenazi Health, Outpatient Care Center. He provides adult and pediatric medical care, as well as preventative care services. He sees athletes, young and old, to help them get back to their sport, their job, and their life. He is trained in point of care ultrasound and has an ultrasound clinic for musculoskeletal and general ultrasound examinations. He teaches at the Indiana University School of Medicine as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Family Medicine. He is the Health Resources and Services Administration PRIME Grant Point of Care Ultrasound Thread Director for Indiana University School of Medicine. Outside of the clinic, he enjoys providing medical care to marathons, the Iron Man Triatholon, mud runs, and local sporting events.
Dr. Wilcox is originally from central Indiana, and he went to college at IUPUI and medical school at IU School of Medicine in Indianapolis. He then graduated from Ball Memorial Family Medicine Residency in Muncie Indiana and completed his Sports Medicine Fellowship at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo.
In his free time, Dr. Wilcox enjoys spending time with his wife and children, going to the zoo, many parks around Indy, trying new restaurants, cheering for the Indy Eleven and the Pacers, and serving at his church. He enjoys long distance running and playing board games with his friends and family.