Dr. Charles L. Brown is a native Georgian. He was born May 5, 1931 in Dallas, Georgia. He attended elementary and high school in Paulding County, Georgia, and graduated in 1950. Following graduation, he joined the United States Marine Corps serving from 1951 to 1954. Dr. Brown served during the Korean War and was stationed in Korea and Japan, serving in the 2nd Marine Air Wing.
While in the Marine Corps, Dr. Brown received an injury to the lumbar spine, which continued to plague him in civilian life. After the usual medical care which had no results. Dr. Brown sought the services of Dr. Roy Sweat for the severe and debilitating left leg sciatica. After 6 months of not being able to work, with great results, a spinal correction. Dr. Brown was so impressed with the great results, and with the restoration of his health, he left Georgia for Davenport, Iowa to enter Palmer College of Chiropractic.
With the blessing of Dr. Sweat, Dr. Brown graduated from Palmer College in 1959. He returned to Georgia and entered the practice of Chiropractic in Chamblee, GA with Dr. James McCall, before opening his own office in 1960 in Chamblee. In 1960 Dr. Brown entered the advanced upper cervical training taught by Dr. John Grostic in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Dr. Brown is Board Certified in the Atlas Orthogonal Program, and has followed evolution of the cervical chiropractic specialty for the past 48 years.
Dr. Brown has served as treasurer of the Sweat Foundation since it inception in 1981.
Dr. Brown is married to Patricia A. Brown.