Saira Dar, M.D.
Primary Care Medical Services
Legacy West and McKinney Offices
I believe that each of us are unique. I partner with my patients to develop a customized care plan based on the principles of personalized and integrative medicine and improve health-spans.
Optimizing Health at Every Age
Dr. Dar completed her medical education and residency at Regions Hospital in St. Paul, Minnesota in 2005. Afterwards, while in private practice in Kokomo, Indiana, she managed several nursing homes and founded Kokomo’s first opioid dependency treatment program. Upon moving to Texas in 2008, Dr. Dar joined the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth. After completing a fellowship in academic medicine, Dr. Dar began a dual career in academics and clinical practice in 2010. She designed, developed, and implemented clinical courses at the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, and presented at national and international conferences on behalf of TCOM.
Dr. Dar has continued her academic pursuits, completing a Master of Business Administration at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, in 2015, and a Master of Education in the Health Professions at Johns Hopkins University in 2018.
Care Based on Individual Needs, Goals, and Preferences.
Dr. Dar recently completed fellowship training in anti-aging and integrative medicine, and has also obtained certificates in personalized and genomic medicine. Her passion is to provide care that is based on the principles of personalized and integrative medicine and improved longevity. She focuses on medicine, nutrition, and genomics to cater to each individual patient’s needs, customizing care plans one patient at a time.
Dr. Dar is active in her community and on social media.
About Saira Dar, M.D.
- Medical School at Regions Hospital
- Residency at Regions Hospital
- Masters in Education in the Health Professions at John Hopkins University
- Ages 0+
- Blue Cross and Blue Shield PPO
- Blue Cross and Blue Shield HMO
- United Health