At Advanced Chiropractic our team is passionate about helping the community, impacting health, and increasing overall quality of life. We strive to help as many families as possible to be and stay well naturally.Our vision for Coweta and its surrounding communities is to provide quality care and guidance toward healthier living. Live better and easier with an all-in-one resource for natural health care backed by a team that's committed to your success.
Dr. Bailey consistently educates his clients on how to live a life full of energy, vitality, and exceptional health, without sickness and disease. His team is committed to helping people not only regain their health and vitality, but to maintain it once achieved. Advanced Chiropractic strives to help as many families as possible to pursue a total wellness philosophy, incorporating both body and mind functioning optimally in a healthy, sustainable lifestyle.
Our Core Values:
- Our Clients Needs Come First
- Continuous Growth & Self Improvement
- Operate with Honesty & Integrity
- Love What We Do
- Keep Balance Between Work & Play
Meet the Doctor
Dr. Jason Bailey completed his undergraduate studies and received his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree in 2003 from prestigious Life University in Marietta, Georgia. Originally from Macomb Michigan, Dr. Bailey has practiced in the metro Atlanta area since graduating from Life University and has practiced in Newnan area for the last 10 years. Dr. Bailey’s focus is finding the root cause of pain/dysfunction or limited range of motion connected to your health condition quickly and accurately.
Through Corrective Care Dr. Bailey is able to help his clients make long standing changes in correcting spinal dysfunctions and has spent the last 15 years perfecting the most effective techniques to offer quality chiropractic care to the communities he serves. His expertise in chiropractic adjustments lies in what he terms his “global assessment.” For each client, he performs a functional and neurological check of the neck, spine, and extremities (shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees, ankles, etc.). Neurological function or weakness is a telling sign of the need for an adjustment to the affected joint.