She is not only the beautiful wife of Dr. Charlie, and mother of their three wonderful kids, Megan, Sean and Ryan, but she is also our office manager. She has an extensive history teaching in the public school system, and has mentored many people in the past several years, helping them grow not only in their skills, but in their personal lives as well. These experiences and the leadership and compassion that encompass them translate very well into our office, and serve to help maintain and organize a stress-free environment in our office, and to help you understand the complexities that may arise with your health care endeavor.
The other friendly face to greet you in our office. She’s always ready with a kind smile and kind words. She will always make you feel welcome and comfortable. Taylor is currently enrolled as a student at Grand Canyon University.
You can always count on a warm and friendly greeting whether on the phone or in the office. If there are ever any questions regarding your care in our office, she strives to fully answer those questions in a friendly and timely manner. She is a graduate of San Diego State University in 2009 with a degree in Kinesiology.
Dr. Charles Enouen
My name is Dr. Charlie Enouen (rhymes with pronoun). I am the chiropractor at Kingswood Family Chiropractic. Our office is conveniently located on the N.W.C. of Bell & Reems roads in the Fry’s Shopping Center.
I was born and raised in North Phoenix. While I was attending the University of Arizona as a pre-med major, I suffered a severe right shoulder dislocation, along with injuring my upper back and neck. This all occurred during a violent water skiing accident. After being seen by the medical doctors, I was eventually cared for by the father of a good friend, who happened to be a chiropractor. Now, it should be noted, that as time progressed after the accident, I slowly began to loose the muscle mass and function of not only my shoulder, but the entire right arm as well. It was chiropractic that gave me the answers to my health problems, and chiropractic that restored ALL function to my shoulder, arm, back and neck. It was chiropractic that ultimately saved me. It was then that I realized my true purpose in life was not to work in the world of drugs and surgery, but to serve in a world where the idea that the body has the innate ability to heal itself which is the key to optimum health.
In 1994, I earned the honorable title of Doctor of Chiropractic, and returned to live and practice in the Valley. The majority of my post graduate education is in the care of the sports related injury. I chose this path, as our everyday activities, even some of the jobs people do, mimic what happens in the athletic environment. I feel this has given me a better understanding of the types of healing crises that people go through, and the knowledge of how to better take care of them. After nearly 7 years practicing in the Arrowhead Ranch area of Glendale, Arizona, fate placed me in Surprise, and after 9+ years, I’ve never looked back.