Saira Dar, MD, MBA, MEHP, ABAARM
Professional Consulting for Personalized Medicine
Everly grateful for a wonderful family
Dr. Saira Dar completed her medical education and residency at Regions Hospital
in Minnesota in 2005. During her residency training, she presented at various
local and National events and conferences on behalf of her training institution.
Dr. Dar finished fellowship in Functional Medicine through A4M and received
additional training for reversing cognitive decline in the elderly through the
IFM (institution of Functional medicine) sponsored program RECODE.
She completed her training to treat and manage Opioid dependence and is licensed
to offer such treatment.
Dr. Dar completed MBA (Masters in Business Administration) from University of Massachusetts,
Amherst and then MEHP (Masters in Health Professions Education) from John Hopkins University.
Dr. Dar's practice is at McKinney, TX and Legacy-Plano, TX. Her practice is
largely focused on adults, children and geriatric population. Her main areas
of focus are integrative medicine, functional medicine, incorporating diet and
lifestyle into health and anti-aging medicine.
Training the Future Generation:
Dr. Dar has been involved with medical education and has been teaching
medical students at Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine (TCOM) at UNTHSC, TX
for several years.
Her scholarly work includes a medical text book "Clinical Mid Maps - Using the Epi-logical Approach".
Dr. Dar held several leadership roles as a medical director, course director and supervisor at various organizations.
Dr Dar's passion is to provide care that is based on the principles of personalized and integrative medicine and improve health-spans. She focuses on medicine, nutrition, and genomics to cater to each individual patient’s needs. Believing that each of us is unique, Dr. Dar develops a customized care plan for one patient at a time.
Sharing the Good Vibes
I believe that the purpose of life is to impart in the vastness of the universe to its fullest potential and there are countless possibilities to do so.
Building a healthy mind, body and spirit makes it possible for us to access our potential. We owe it to life to not do so. Here, sharing a few things for a healthy lifestyle. Enjoy !