Dr. Charles was born on the Island of Haiti and came to the United States at the age of fourteen. She and her parents settled in the east section of Brooklyn, New York.
They instilled in her the values of hard work and determination. She excelled in school despite language and cultural barriers, but suffered many setbacks.
At the age of nineteen, she was forced to drop out of college during her freshman year, when she became pregnant. Without any skills, financial resources and an infant daughter to care for she had to take many odd jobs to make ends meet.
Determined to overcome adversities, she returned back to school nearly a decade later and eventually fulfilled her lifelong dream of becoming a doctor.
As part of her clinical rotation at Life University she had to conduct clinical research studies on patients during her senior year in chiropractic school.
This prompted her curiosity in the world of research and upon graduating from Life University in 2006; she pursued a career in clinical research, conducting pharmaceutical research studies on: Diabetes, obesity, and hypertension.
In 2008 Dr. Charles returned to her chiropractic roots and took on a position as a chiropractic assistant at Tallahassee Accident and Rehab formally Spine Injury Professional. Later the following year, she was offered a position at Health and Rehab Clinic where she worked as the primary clinic doctor until January 2013.
Allied Health & Rehab is her latest endeavor. Her goals are to continue helping patients in the Tallahassee are improving their health through chiropractic, nutritional counseling, occupational health and drug screening.