Family & Sports Physician in Atlanta | Wes Bailey, MD, CAQSM
Dr. Bailey and his practice provide excellent Family Medicine, non-operative Orthopedics, Workers Compensation, Urgent Care, and sports event coverage. His passion is for team-based wellness.
Sports Medicine, Health Coach, Sports Physician, Family Doctor, Black Doctor
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Primary and Sports Physician in Atlanta, GA


Wes Bailey, MD, CAQSM is a recognized African-American doctor in the Metro Atlanta, GA area. He provides primary care and non-surgical sports medicine to individuals and families. Dr. Bailey, along with the rest of the practice, takes a non-discriminatory, holistic approach to healthcare.


He’ll guide you towards better health with programs that are customized according to your needs, goals, and lifestyle.



Dr. Bailey is committed to helping you strategically reach your health goals.

Wes Bailey, MD, CAQSM

Wes Bailey, MD, CAQSM

Dr. Bailey specializes in primary care and non-operative sports medicine, catering to individuals and families. He is a graduate of Duke University School of Medicine. He would later go on to be the chief resident in family medicine at Emory University where he completed his residency. Dr. Bailey also has additional qualifications in sports medicine.


As a Black primary care physician, Dr. Bailey understands the importance of non-discriminatory care. He provides quality healthcare to people of all groups, backgrounds, and activity levels. He ensures that you achieve your health goals by developing a treatment program that’s tailored to your lifestyle and health needs.


His primary care practice is dedicated to the residents of Metro Atlanta, GA, providing comprehensive and culturally sensitive medical care for families, athletes, and retirees. With his holistic approach, his service doesn’t end once you leave the practice. He will make sure you have everything you need to manage your own health – from diet guides to treatment plans.


These health programs are designed to protect your overall well-being, decreasing your trips to the doctor, and improving your quality of life.


He provides treatments and programs for primary care and sports medicine concerns:

  • High Blood Pressure

  • High Cholesterol

  • Diabetes

  • Headaches

  • Ear Infections

  • Sinus Infections

  • Sore Throat

  • Seasonal Allergies

  • Asthma

  • Chronic Cough

  • Stomach Pain

  • Acid Reflux

  • Urination Problems

  • Rashes

  • Fatigue

  • Anxiety

Additional Scope:

  • Disease Screening

  • Disease Prevention

  • Disease Management

  • Health Counseling

  • Weight Management Counseling

Non-operative sports medicine such as:

  • Initial Concussion Assessment

  • Sports Participation Physical

  • Basic Fracture Management

  • Muscle Strain Treatment

  • Joint Sprain Treatment

  • Neck & Back Pain Management

  • Workplace Injury Treatment

  • Sports Endurance Programs


His practice is committed to helping you reach your health goals and improve your overall well-being. Read these articles and commentary on medical topics and healthcare issues today.

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Dr. Wes Bailey strives to provide inclusive healthcare. As an African-American doctor, he makes sure that everyone receives the same level of quality care, regardless of background or age. Our practice promises valuable personal care, providing you with an excellent experience when you visit our practice in the greater Atlanta area.

Dr. Wes Bailey

He also provides quality healthcare to residents of the following areas in Metro Atlanta:

  • John’s Creek
  • Duluth
  • Alpharetta
  • Roswell
  • Atlanta
  • Decatur
  • Lithonia
  • Tucker

  • Sandy Springs
  • Stone Mountain
  • Gwinnett
  • DeKalb
  • Forsyth
  • Fulton
  • Cobb

self-maintenance – exercise regularly



Exercising a few times weekly can help with weight, blood pressure, blood sugar, sleep, stress, joint pain, and depression. Talk to your sports injury doctor before you start an exercise routine as some forms of exercise can be dangerous if you have certain medical problems or if you take certain medications.



It is so important for us to eat healthy. This means ensuring that one has the right mix of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals, and water necessary to maintain a good health. These key ingredients for a balanced diet is very important for lowering health risks.

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“I just had my first visit, and it went great. Dr. Bailey was very thorough and made me feel comfortable during my physical examination. The location of the clinic is close to me, and the office looks great! Thanks, Dr. Bailey and the rest of your staff!” – Karla L.

“Dr. Bailey is a great sports medicine doctor who knows how to establish great relationships. He diagnosed my son’s injury accurately and recommended a program that relieved my son’s symptoms. I have referred him to two other parents whose sons had football injuries as well this season.” – Jane S.

He Is Here To Help With All Your Health Concerns