Meet the Chiropractor
Dr. Ann McAlpine was born and raised in Holland, where she feels blessed to have been able to return home to practice chiropractic and help restore patient’s bodies, minds and health. She is excited to share all that she has learned and experienced throughout her journey that led her to the prestigious Palmer College of Chiropractic. After graduating and becoming licensed in the Fall of 2013, she decided to return to Holland to begin her career working alongside her father, Dr. Barry McAlpine. She did her chiropractic internship in Walcott, Iowa with Burt Chiropractic Clinic made up of a father and his three sons practicing under the same roof. She is very passionate about working alongside family in the health industry. She also brings some new techniques into the practice and works alongside a dedicated and distinguished chiropractor. She is passionate about incorporating chiropractic care alongside exercise and health, to achieve optimal health and well-being. She works on the full spine, using the Thompson, Diversified, and Gonstead chiropractic techniques. Dr. Ann is a high energy individual, who is excited to contribute and become a part of the wonderful Holland Community.
Dr. Phillip Maletta is a licensed chiropractor practicing at McAlpine Chiropractic Group in Holland, Michigan. Dr. Phil is a 2014 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa and he also holds degrees in Occupational Health Science and Environmental Health Science from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana.
In addition to practicing general chiropractic to improve joint function and pain-free range of motion, Dr. Maletta focuses his practice on decompression for low back injuries as well as extremity manipulation and soft tissue mobilization for athletes. He also promotes prevention of injury in the workplace through education of ergonomics, exercise, lifting technique and posture.
Dr. Phil is a member of the Michigan Association of Chiropractic and is certified in Torque Release Technique and Functional Movement Screen - Level 1. In his spare time he enjoys biking, reading, fitness and walking on the beach with his wife, Ann.
Dr. Ryon Bosscher grew up in Grand Rapids but spent many years along the lakeshore. He received his Biomedical Science degree from Grand Valley State University, and then headed south to St. Petersburg, Florida to pursue his Doctorate of Chiropractic from National University of Health Sciences in 2009. He was drawn to Chiropractic by his passion for sports and natural approach to healing.
Dr. Bosscher belongs to the Michigan Association of Chiropractors and the Christian Chiropractors Association. He holds certifications in functional rehabilitation as well as various soft tissue treatments. He has a passion to work with athletes, and anyone wanting to regain proper function and mobility. He plans to continue to further his education in various rehab and functional movement techniques.
Dr. Bosscher serves as a board member for the local non-profit ‘The Arc Project’, which aims to instill hope and strengthen faith in underprivileged youth through the gift of surfing and water safety. His other interests include stand up paddle boarding, surfing, golf, mountain biking, and playing guitar.