Functional Medicine
St. Louis, Missouri

I love this office! Dr. Alhering and Judy are the best!

Melissa R.

I go to Dr. Menges and love everyone in the office. She is a very caring and down to earth person who makes you feel comfortable about any problems you may be experiencing and has solutions. During both of my pregnancies I was comfortable calling at any time to get advice on different situations. Love this office!

Tina M.

Dr. Menges is amazing and always goes above and beyond to comfort and provide the best healthcare. I have been going to St. Louis Women’s Healthcare group for years and highly recommend them for every woman. Thank you!

Beth D.

I have been going here for over 31 years. Dr. Muckerman delivered my last 2 babies and he has delivered all three of my grand babies.

Allison S.

“OMGOODNESS It’s one stop women’s Healthcare  Well women, Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Functional Medicine Dr. Med Spa. I can’t believe I was seen the same day I called. Dr Mcdonald is amazingly soothing and comforting, Always puts you at ease:)Dr Garett is wonderfull after many years and X-rays MRIs,Ct scans I have an answer to my Back Pain and other Issues. She Honed Right in to How Bad I’ve been feeling for so long
Thank you”

Terry B

Meet the Doctors

Our mission in this practice is to provide women with a place where they know they are valued and they can feel at home. We are hands on with our patients, weather it be getting ready for pregnancy, staying healthy during pregnancy or supplementing a hormonal issue, we will guide you along the way.

Dr. Catherine Hohn, MD

Dr. Catherine Hohn, MD

Dr. Catherine Hohn graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1996 and completed her residency in Family Medicine at Mercy Hospital Saint Louis (formerly St. John’s Mercy Medical Center) in 1999. (read more)

Dr. Cypress Garrett

Dr. Cypress Garrett

Growing up in rural upstate New York the only thing I ever wanted to be was a doctor. As I began my undergraduate studies, I realized the tendency of medicine to mask symptoms rather than treat the underlying cause of the condition. (read more)