Rachel Bailey D.C.
Rachel Bailey received her Bachelor of Science from Texas A&M University and her Doctor of Chiropractic from Texas Chiropractic College. She is board certified through the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, the Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners, and the Florida Board of Chiropractic Medicine. Dr. Bailey began learning about the human body as a local student in Round Rock. Following graduation, she accepted an academic scholarship to attended Millsaps College, where she pursued a Bachelor of Science in Biology and was active with various extra curricular programs. Dr. Bailey was honored by induction into the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, the Freshman Honor Society Phi Eta Sigma both the college and national level Dean’s Lists, Who’s Who, the sorority Delta Delta Delta, and she served as Chairperson for the Student Chapter of Women in Science. Dr. Bailey continued her childhood love of dancing through the Millsaps College dance team, and she enjoyed volunteering for Habitat for Humanity, the Circle K Club, and as a veterinarian orthopedic surgical assistant – where her interest in anatomy and biomechanics continued to grow. Between her second and third years of college, Dr. Bailey transferred to Texas A&M University in College Station, where she majored in the Biomedical Sciences and was inducted into the Biology Honor Society Beta Beta Beta. Dr. Bailey graduated with a Bachelor of Science, and started attending classes at the Texas Chiropractic College less than two weeks later. While at TCC she served as Class Officer, Treasurer of the Student Body Association, catcher for the intramural clinic softball team, member of the Kinesiology Club, Student American Chiropractic Association, Student Texas Chiropractic Association, Student Alumni Association, International Society, SBCA, Anatomy and Physiology tutor, and Pi Kappa Chi little sister. Dr. Bailey completed her internship in chiropractic care at the Moody Health Center and graduated from Texas Chiropractic College with her Doctorate degree, Activator Technique Certification, and Applied Kinesiology Certification. Dr. Bailey is enjoying being back in the Austin area and practicing chiropractic with a particular interest in nutrition, applied kinesiology, and trauma to the neck, shoulder, wrist, back, knee, ankle, and the foot. Outside of practicing chiropractic, Dr. Bailey enjoys hiking, skiing, horseback riding, exercising, volunteering for Habitat for Humanity and the Georgetown R.O.C.K. Ride On Center for Kids, Rotary, and spending time with her family and friends.