Welcome to BODY - MIND - SPIRIT PODIATRIC CENTER

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Dr. Brian K. Bailey is a Podiatric Physician & Surgeon, his practice is named Body-Mind-Spirit Podiatric Center in downtown Ashland, Kentucky in opened in March of 2005.
We are located at the corner of 14th Street and Central Avenue, previously the home of the old “Thornbury music store.”

Body-Mind-Spirit Podiatric Center is fully equipped with state-of-the-art digital X-ray equipment, ultrasound, and computerized Doppler for arterial and venous circulatory exams, and is also ADA friendly.
Patients will feel at home at Body-Mind-Spirit Podiatric Center in an environment that is serene, with comfortable seating grouped in a way that stimulates conversation, with walls painted in mellow blue, beautiful artwork by James Christensen, and a cozy fireplace with ample room to spread out. While waiting for their appointment with Dr. Bailey, patients will enjoy cable TV with all the popular channels, up-to-date magazines, educational literature that allows them to be more active in their treatment and helps them to ask the right questions when they are in the exam room.
There are several 2-hour limit parking spaces available directly in front of the office on 14th Street, and a handicap parking space on Central Avenue, just steps away from the handicap ramp that leads to the front entrance.

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Meet Our Doctor

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Brian K. Bailey

    is a Podiatric Physician & Surgeon a foot specialist at Body-Mind- Spirit Podiatric Center Dr. Bailey is a graduate of the University of California at Davis, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Physiology in 1982 afterwards completing a year of graduate work in education.
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Testimonials

What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "Dr. Bailey was very knowledgeable and caring. He and his staff sent time with me and listened to my story. They were very caring. Dr. Bailey sent lots of time teaching me about my feet and relieved my pain in 3 visits."
    Melanie – Feb 17, 2020
  • "I wholeheartedly recommend Dr. Bailey. He was kind and caring. He taught me how to control my blood sugar and took exceptional care of my feet. In two months of following his diet I am off my diabetic medication and I have lost almost 20 pounds. His staff is exceptional and treated me like family. His office is like being at home. I love his Christian art."
    Ashley Williams – Feb 18, 2020
  • "I have been seeing Dr. Bailey for years, due to type1 diabetic complications. Dr. Bailey is extremely professional, but actually cares about your well being. He's very up to date on the most recent treatments, and explains them in a way that everyone can understand. Dr. Bailey is one of the doctors I don't dread going to see. The staff is always very friendly and warm. I recommend him to friends and family."
    William H
  • "Very professional Dr. And staff. They treat you like family. I wouldn’t go anywhere else."
    Nancy L
  • "Helpful. Kind staff. I received relief from my pain at my first visit at Dr. Bailey’s office."
    Darlene
  • "Dr Bailey's son Jeremy is back working by his side and I believe the patients will be very pleased he is back!!!"
    -anonymous

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Hours of Operation

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Primary Location

Monday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

10:00 am-2:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed