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Charles Kenya, DC, BCCharles Kenya, DC, BC

Charles Kenya  is an instructor of clinical sciences: spinal dynamics, physical exam, x-ray anatomy, clinic entrance, and basic science tutoring.

Originally from Kenya, Africa, he has a B.Ed. from Kenyatta University and a D.C. from Sherman in 2006. He specializes in upper cervical dissection for upper cervical seminars, Sweatt seminars, and private research.

He has been at Sherman since 2009, and practices in Spartanburg. He was a high school teacher before becoming a doctor of chiropractic. He is married with three children.

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