Dear Michael J. Fox
Re: Parkinson's disease.
I have seen recently your story in looking for a cure for Parkinson's disease. I have also seen recently that doctors are saying that a head injury is a preliminary to the Parkinson's disease many times. I am asking you to consider my grandfather's work as a possible answer to your desire to make a difference in this area.
As a victim of many injuries to the head, I do not suffer any adverse result from such injuries. I did keep Grandpa in business though:) and have proved to be his most difficult case. Fortunately he knew what he was doing and I managed to accomplish what even he thought was impossible.
Also, I understand that doctors don't know why an injury to the head would cause such a symptom as Parkinsons. May I suggest for your edification that the primary causative factor has to do with a proper articulation of the head with the atlas.
As you might guess, this is what I have been trained to correct. And, as a point of interest, I have in 1991 worked on the future president (1995) of the Oklahoma Board of Chiropractic Examiners. All it took for this man to willingly accept my expertise was the mention of Dr. Craton's (Grandpa's) name.
It is truly unfortunate that we do not live in a perfect world. And, it is also equally unfortunate that the collective ego of our licensed professionals is as bloated as it has become. Please contact me in order to form a mutual alliance that may very well eradicate not only Parkinson's disease, but other disease conditions as well.
Tammy Joy Kennedy
This page was first posted on May 27, 2003 and last revised on March 20, 2005.