Nicole Bennett, Veteran and Future Chiropractor
Florida Campus Student
“I believe in science, and I love people, and I love working with my hands,” says Palmer Florida student Nicole Bennett. After serving six years in the Marine Corps reserves, Bennett discovered the benefits of chiropractic and now encourages other active military members to seek chiropractic care for pain relief. For Bennett, choosing Palmer was a no-brainer. “I personally don't think that it gets any better than where it all started.”
My name is Nicole Bennett, and I'm going to be a chiropractor. I believe in science, and I love people, and I love working with my hands. So it's the perfect combination of all of them. I served 6 years in the Marine Corps Reserves. It's interesting to have those experiences and now have this knowledge and say, Wow, I wish I would have went to a chiropractor the whole entire time that I was in and it just makes me want to tell everybody that is still in the military in general, to please go. I chose Palmer because it all started here. And I personally don't think that it gets any better than where it all started. I scheduled a campus visit, and the rest was history. Right after that. I came here and I knew it. I knew I needed to be here.