RYAN E. BENTLEY
RYAN E. BENTLEY, MD, PhD, DC
Dr. Bentley has been described as one of the brightest young leaders in the field of healthcare and preventative (lifestyle) medicine. A true innovator, Dr. Bentley emerged on the national scene with his engaging seminars and the release of his books “Vessels That Thrive: Choosing a Lifestyle of Health, Healing, and Faith” and “Sex, Lies & Cholesterol,” which are being praised by practitioners and everyday readers alike.
Dr. Bentley earned his medical degree and a PhD in biomedical sciences, graduating both summa cum laude. Prior to his venture into medicine, he received his first bachelor’s degree in biology, went on to earn his doctorate in chiropractic, and another bachelor’s degree in human biology; he graduated both cum laude. Additionally, he completed two fellowship terms in gross human anatomy and has served as an anatomy and physiology professor.
Dr. Bentley’s goal is to create tools and resources to educate patients and physicians on how to construct objective, quantifiable systems and protocols to achieve optimal health. His passion is helping those who are suffering with chronic and debilitating conditions that limit their ability to serve their purpose in their family, community, and beyond. He diligently researches the best and most cutting-edge treatments to help the body heal and regenerate for optimal function. For stem cell therapy and regenerative medicine in the Grand Rapids area, he is the help you’re looking for.
Family Nurse Practitioner
Kelsey Prince, MSN, FNP-BC
Kelsey Prince is a Family Nurse Practitioner. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Hope College and then earned her Master of Science degree at the University of Detroit Mercy. She plans to graduate with her Doctorate degree in Nursing Practice in the Spring of 2020. Kelsey holds national board certification with the American Nurses Credentialing Center as a Family Nurse Practitioner. She has six years of experience practicing emergency and critical care medicine inpatient, as well as outpatient experience in family and integrative medicine.
Kelsey strives to create active partnerships with her patients to achieve the best possible outcomes for their unique needs. Her clinical areas of interest include functional (whole body) health, preventative care, nutrition and intravenous therapy, hormone balance, and critical care medicine. She also has a special passion for skin and beauty health.
Kelsey is an active member of the MI Council of Nurse Practitioners, where she served as President for the Detroit Mercy chapter. She also is an active member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.