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Life on Hill Q&A with Bonnie Proctor
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Bonnie Proctor, a retired nurse, talks about being treated by Trace Palmer. - photo by Photo provided.

Q: What is your name and current job title?

A: Bonnie Proctor, registered nurse, retired

Q: When did you first meet Trace & Nikki of Palmer Chiropractor?

A: I met Nikki through the WBA (Women’s Business Alliance) Met Trace and Nikki through the chamber of commerce. I was on the chamber board at the time.

Q: How has Palmer Chiropractic impacted you personally?

A: I suffered a slipped cervical disc with nerve impingement. I sought non-surgical treatment and part of the plan was addition of chiropractic care. I strongly feel Trace’s intervention prevented surgery.

Q: How have you seen Palmer Chiropractic impact the community with their involvement in local organizations?

A: Both Nikki and Trace are very active with church, school, civic and other non-profit organizations.

You can count on them to bring the "elbow grease" to the job as well as financial support. Both have great ideas on how to make things better.

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