Bailey Family Chiropractic serves Downington, PA, and the surrounding areas. Drs. Nicole Bailey and Russell Cooperstein are excited to introduce quality chiropractic care into residents’ lives.
Nicole Bailey, D.C. received her bachelor of science degree in biology from Ursinus College. She went on to earn top honors at Life University, where she completed her doctorate of chiropractic degree. A member of the Chiropractic Fellowship of Pennsylvania, Nicole volunteers her time and service to various charities and non-profit organizations while also working to empower inner city youth about the significance of chiropractic care.
Russell Cooperstein, D.C. received his bachelor of science degree from Penn State in biology. Like his wife, he also attended Life University where he obtained his doctorate of chiropractic degree. Dr. Cooperstein was the previous owner of the Life Enhancement Center of North Wales. He devotes his spare time to keynote speaking at chiropractic conferences, numerous educational institutions, and the regional midwifery conference.
The specialty at Bailey Family Chiropractic is identifying and alleviating nerve stress that affects the spine. Spinal bones are a major influence in overall health and wellness. When these bones shift, they impact the nerve system, causing physical, chemical and emotional stress. As a result, the health and functioning of the whole body are compromised. Bailey Family Chiropractic’s job is to detect and correct misalignment to facilitate the body’s natural self-healing abilities. That’s why the practice is committed to assisting patients across their lifespan, starting as early as in-utero and infancy.
From the very first appointment with them, Drs. Bailey and Cooperstein make it their business to ensure that patients are informed and active participants in their own care. They want patients to be fully knowledgeable about the process so that they can use their professional recommendations to apply to all areas of their well-being. Their focus is driven toward assessing patients’ unique needs and developing a plan of care that not only alleviates disease and suffering but, ultimately, improves the patient’s entire life.