Welcome Spring

With Our Wellness Center Renewal Specials

Custom Spray Tan $20- savings of $15
Look your best for Spring break and prom photos with our Norvell Venetian spray tan.

Facial Fillers- Save as much as $200
Shed 10 years from your face!
The more units you purchase, the more you save: Buy two units and save $100, or $200 with third unit.

MicroNeedle – 3 treatments $699 – savings of $201
Minimally invasive yet maximally effective in stimulating collagen production, reducing pore size, smoothing lines.

ThermiVa- 3 treatments $2,100 – savings of $900
The non-surgical solution to restore and revive your feminine wellness.

HURRY; Special pricing only good through June 30, 2017.
Reserve your ‘you time’ today by calling 314.292.7080.

Women’s Health Specialists Expanded by Opening its Wellness Center

filling the niche between a medi-spa and a pampering spa offering and extends the medical practice’s approach to caring for the total woman.

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The Wellness Center Foundation is Achievement of Peak Wellness

Dr. Teresa Knight, Ob/Gyn, founder, and CEO, says, “While we can’t always control the disease process, we can take total control of our wellness. We can optimize our health through a combination of traditional medicine and ancient healing wisdoms. It’s like the missing chicken soup that our grandmother’s used for healing.”

Hormone Replacement Therapy is a cornerstone service of the Wellness Center and long-time specialty focus for Dr. Knight. “It’s an often misunderstood component of vitality for women as they age. We show women how they can flourish using bio-identical hormones in the peri-menopausal years and beyond,” she says.

Additional Wellness Center services include Health Coaching by Certified Health Coaches, Skin Care by a licensed esthetician, Acupuncture and Chiropractic Care.  We’ve carefully selected the top providers in each category, and designed the physical space for comfort to include six treatment rooms.

Counter_1559A dual relationship with the Wellness Center and medical office is not required for client service. The Wellness Center services are available to everyone, not just WHS patients.

With the practice expansion, Dr. Knight emphasizes Women’s Health Specialists core mission, “We help women maximize and preserve their wellness in whatever life stage they are in. Being both healthy and well are too often exclusively separate states, but here we bring it all together.”

WHS in the News

    • JUNE 16, 2017
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    Fad Diets = Bad Diets

    Fad Diets = Bad Diets

    Definition of fad. : a practice or interest followed for a time with exaggerated zeal : craze. Fad diets are stylish, exciting, and filled with promises. Excess pounds melts away in a matter of days…6 to 8 pounds in a week! Usually the reported results don’t go beyond a few initial weeks for two reasons:
    • JUNE 7, 2017
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    Medicinal Garden

    Medicinal Garden

    Dr. Teresa Knight talks to Ken on Great Day St Louis, about the Medicinal Garden, or the herbs and plants that are the foundation of all our modern medicines. Books that were featured in the video are below. Rosemary Gladstar, Herbal Recipes For Vibrant Health Amy Stewart, The Drunken Botanist Miranda Smith, Your Backyard Herb
    • JUNE 7, 2017
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    Success Mantras For Weight Loss

    Success Mantras For Weight Loss

    A mantra is an effective way to reinforce new patterns of thinking and make a mindset shift toward daily choices that better support our health. I want. I can. I will. is a foundational mantra we encourage coaching clients to repeat often as it holds so much power. Let’s break it down… I Want The
    • MAY 16, 2017
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    Medicinal Food

    Medicinal Food

    “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” ~ Hippocrates Blueberries are one of nature’s “super foods” that become more plentiful (and affordable) as summer approaches. These beautiful, plump blue gems are filled with antioxidants, probiotics, fibers and vitamins ~ they are a powerhouse of nutritious, disease-fighting nutrients. Dr. Amy Howell, a nutrition researcher at Rutgers