Mary Caire MD is a ground-breaking functional medicine physician , lecturer and leader in DNA-informed precision medicine. Her message is powerful: optimal health and vitality is within our control. We can positively Influence our short and long-term health by understanding our unique DNA and the science of epigenetics.
Dr. Caire graduated from LSU School of Medicine in 1997 and in 2002, completed a 5-year double residency in the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) and Internal Medicine programs, serving as chief resident her final year. Dr. Caire is board certified in PM&R.
Dr. Caire later completed a Fellowship in Metabolic Medicine and Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine and is board certified through the Metabolic Medical Institute at George Washington University School of Medicine. Dr. Caire also served as President of the Wise County Medical Society and on the Texas State Medical Board Political Action Committee.
Dr. Caire is a published author and has lectured across the country on topics related to precision medicine, addiction recovery, pain management, the use of big data in medicine, DNA-informed medicine and the future of medical care. Recent appearances include TEDx Turtle Creek, the Healing Addiction Summit and Hope For Tomorrow on Texas47 TV. Watch Dr. Caire’s talks.
Her roots in traditional allopathic medicine provide a strong foundation for the integration of her functional medicine expertise. Dr. Caire believes that a functional approach to preventing and treating chronic illness is the best way to care for her patients. By focusing on advanced testing diagnostics, nutritional science, exercise physiology, stress management, DNA-informed precision medicine, digestive health, and hormonal balancing, Dr. Caire guides a tailored approach for patients.