Ian Shepstone, DC CACCP
Hello! Dr. Ian here. I have always had an interest in childhood development, with my first degree being in genetics from the University of Wisconsin- Madison.
My studies led me to realize that healing truly comes through the nervous system, and I found chiropractic to be the best means of supporting this natural process! I enrolled at Palmer College, the birthplace of chiropractic and most prestigious chiropractic school in the world. I have been lucky to intern and train with some of the best pediatric and prenatal doctors chiropractic has to offer. Outside of school, I continued my education to become certified in the Webster Technique, as well as completing the Pediatric and Wellness Certification (CACCP) through the International Chiropractic Pediatrics Association (ICPA).
Outside of the office, you can find me cooking up a storm or exploring the outdoors with my trusty camera. I love to be active. I played lacrosse through college, and currently play volleyball every Thursday night in Ann Arbor!
Hi, my name is Madi and I graduated from the GVSU honors college in December of 2021 with a bachelor’s in biomedical science and a minor in Spanish.
In my free time I like to read realistic fiction and science fiction as well as spend time with my cat Damon (named after a character from my favorite tv show the Vampire Diaries). I also love to travel and have been to more than 10 different countries including a 5 week stay in Ghana where I did my study abroad in the summer of 2019. However, my ideal vacation is a trip up north right here in Michigan to hike, ride four-wheelers, and soak in the sun. Finally, some fun facts about me are that my last name, Rosol, means chicken soup in Polish and my Harry Potter house is Ravenclaw.