Palmer student Kelly Kimball places third in Talk the TIC

Palmer student Kelly Kimball places third in Talk the TIC

Palmer student Kelly Kimball next to the safety pin sculpture on the Life University campus.

Palmer student Kelly Kimball next to the safety pin sculpture on the Life University campus.

 

Kelly Kimball, a second-trimester student on Palmer’s Davenport campus, brought home the third-place award after representing Palmer College of Chiropractic at the annual international Talk the TIC competition. Talk the Tic was hosted by Life University in Marietta, Ga. Nine chiropractic colleges participated in the competition, and each school sent one student to the finals. 

“I had an incredible experience representing Palmer at the Talk the TIC international finals,” said Ms. Kimball. “I feel that it’s extremely important to be able to communicate the chiropractic message, and this experience has helped me develop those skills. We have a responsibility to help the public better understand what we do and how chiropractic can help people achieve their optimal quality of life. The conference was a fantastic opportunity to learn from leaders in the field and other student competitors!”