Joy Mohr

    Joy Mohr, PA-C, is a native Iowan. She works for Iowa Women’s Health Center in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. She graduated from Wartburg College. Attended Des Moines University physician assistant program, graduating in 2000. 

    She has a strong background in surgery, internal medicine, family practice & hospital medicine. (319)200-5900

    By empowering patients with options to improve their health & wellness, I am able to place them back in the driver’s seat of their own lives.

    “Everyone is unique and fighting a different battle. I want to complement the patient’s care at a level they are comfortable with, along with their primary care provider & specialists, so everything is tailored to each individual. I provide information & resources to help improve the overall health & wellness for the mind, body & spirit. I hope to see reductions in medications and improvements in sleep, pain, mobility, cognition and sustained vitality for each patient.”

    After struggling with a rare medical condition and failing most conventional medicine options, I turned to functional & integrative medicine. I discovered the most significant improvement in my own health & wellness through these complementary medicine approaches. I wanted to become a Wahls Certified Health Professional to provide the same care to patients, to help them regain control of their health & wellness.

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    Women’s Health
    Gynecological Surgery
    Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy for Men & Women
    Wahls Protocol Healthcare Provider

    The address is:

    Iowa Women’s Health Center
    4207 Glass Road NE Ste 2
    Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52402
    Phone 319-200-5900


    Physician Assistant




    Cedar. Rapids




    United States


    Autoimmune Disease

    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

    Chronic Pain

    Depression, Anxiety or Bipolar Disorder


    Digestive disorders



    Migraines and Headaches

    Neurodegenerative disorders

    Stress-related Conditions

    Thyroid, adrenal, and other hormonal disorder

    Weight or Metabolism concerns


    Family Medicine

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