By Scott Fitzgerald
Wisdom from a late Enid medical pioneer,
Tammy Joy Kennedy,
granddaughter of Dr.
"Grandpa was a stickler on doing it right.
I am doing what
Located on the Broadway Tower's third floor - a
single floor above
"We want to get heard, make a difference and get
the word out.
"I am rediscovering him in the literature. He (Craton) taught
One of the first people to lease space and open an
office in the
The renowned chiropractor specialized in nerve
Those findings were hailed by some colleagues,
Craton studied chiropractic at Palmer College of
In 1957, Craton moved to Beaumont, Texas, and
At the age of 80, Craton announced his retirement.
In a story by
Craton received the Texas Chiropractic College's
Former OG&E Electric Services worker Rick Heras was
Heras said Craton popped his neck and the migraines
"It sounded like he broke my neck. Whatever it was,
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I would like to thank the staff of the Enid News and Eagle for their willingness to appreciate Grandpa's work as it truly is, apart from Chiropractic.
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This page was first posted on July 29, 2002 and last revised on March 12, 2005.