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Our very own Dr. Teresa Knight was featured on athena health’s cloud view blog. Check out her message here.

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Dr. Knight is a board certified Obstetrician/Gynecologist and a Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Born and raised in Northern California, Dr. Knight completed her undergraduate education at U.C. Berkeley, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Integrative Biology and a minor in Women’s Studies. While attending college she received recognition for her contribution to the development of a traveling health clinic for the homeless and for perinatal services for homeless women. Dr Knight earned a Master’s degree in Anatomy and Neurobiology from Saint Louis University where she also attended Medical School. She completed her residency at St. John’s Mercy Medical Center in St. Louis.  In addition to her medical accomplishments, Dr Knight speaks Spanish and she is a licensed pilot.

Dr Knight currently is a practicing Ob/Gyn and is the CEO of Women’s Health Specialists of Saint Louis.  In addition to her medical practice, Dr Knight has contributed to the development of medical technology as a consultant for Neodiagnostix, the Gynecology Advisor of Endostim and as a scientific advisor for Peak Surgical.  Dr Knight is the current Medical Director for the Family Planning Clinic of Franklin County and for Unite The World With Africa and has worked in Tanzania providing women’s health training for medical providers. Dr Knight is sought after as a national speaker.  She is a national speaker for Myriad Genetics and currently makes a monthly appearance on Great Day Saint Louis.  She has been featured on “Birthday”, a Discovery Health Channel program and has made an appearance on NBC Nightly News. She was also the co-host of Body Language, a national radio program.  Dr Knight is passionate about women’s health and she sees her career as a privilege.  She enjoys the opportunity to educate women about their bodies, in particular about hormonal changes that occur throughout each month and throughout the lifetime.  It is Dr Knight’s hope that through her contributions, she can help women everywhere be better educated, in better health, and empowered.

Dr. Knight is now accepting new patients.

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