Dr. Ann Stanger has been serving the Madison area as a provider of complementary and functional medicine since she left residency training in 1990. Dr. Stanger has done extensive training in hormone therapy, functional medicine and homeopathic medicine. She sees patients with a variety of conditions but is especially interested in bio-identical hormone therapy for menopause, thyroid disease and adrenal dysfunction. She is also certified thermologist through the American College of Clinical Thermology.

Tina Perry received her degree in medical laboratory technology in 1989 and is board certified by the American Society for Clinical Pathology. She has worked for several different practitioners in various patient settings. Tina is certified by the American College of Clinical Thermology to perform digital thermal imaging. She has received many hours of training which allows her to assist Dr. Stanger in many different areas at the clinic. Tina lives in Cottage Grove with her husband, two sons and golden retriever.

Joanna Hutchins is a graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Physician Assistant Program. She received her master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Nebraska Medical Center and holds additional specialty certifications from the American Council of Exercise (ACE) for both Fitness Nutrition and Orthopedic Exercise. She is a graduate of AFMCP from the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM) and plans to be a certified IFM Functional Medicine practitioner in 2017. Joanna currently works with Dr. Ann Stanger as a Functional Medicine practitioner as well as Dr. John Rogerson (Stoughton OrthoTeam clinic) in Orthopedic surgery. She enjoys spending time at home on Lake Waubesa with her husband Luke, and her children Max and Lexi. Her favorite outdoor activities are waterskiing, and going on family bike rides.