At My Pure MD, our belief is that medical care should not be viewed as a cookie cutter solution, rather it needs to be personalized medicine. We view the body as one integrated web with a fine and delicate balance between different organ systems.
With the current medical approach the body is divided between different medical subspecialties. Our approach is to take all aspects of one’s health history into consideration, including our unique genetic makeup, nutrition, exercise, stress, environmental toxicity, social relationships, and treat the body as a whole. We use the latest diagnostic tools and technologies from Integrative and Functional medicine, and combine it with Conventional medicine to help identify the critical imbalances that cause illness. Our goal is to get to the root cause of ailments and not just to mask the symptoms temporarily.
We practice patient-centered, not disease-centered, medicine. We provide answers. This is the way medicine should be.
Dr. Kirmani is board-certified in Integrative Medicine and Internal Medicine with specialization in Functional medicine.
My Pure MD is only one of a handful of practices in Texas that fully specializes in Integrative, Functional and Internal Medicine.
We use the most cutting-edge tests in functional medicine and genetics to help us get to the root cause of your concerns!
All our treatment plans are made to fit you, not just your disease. This personalized approach allows us to pinpoint and treat the root causes of your condition, not just your symptoms.
Dr. Kirmani completed her residency training in Internal Medicine from the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston. She completed her fellowship training in Integrative Medicine from the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine under the direct mentor-ship of Dr. Andrew Weil. She completed her training in Functional Medicine from the Institute of Functional Medicine and is an IFMCP certified physician. She is also a certified physician in the Bredesen Protocol for reversing Alzheimer’s Dementia and Cognitive Decline.
Dr. Kirmani is one of the first 800 physicians in the world to have completed an Integrative Medicine Fellowship, and amongst the first 825 practitioners in the world to become certified in Functional Medicine.
Dr. Kirmani has led international and executive Health programs at Baylor St. Luke’s. She has been on the teaching faculty for Baylor College of Medicine and has taught and mentored many medical students over the years. She has previously served on the Board of Integrative Medicine at St. Luke’s Hospital, Worlds President’s Organization, Young President’s Organization, and on the St. Luke’s Medical Executive Committee. Dr. Kirmani has been the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including the Compassionate Doctor Recognition, the Top 10 Doctors – State of Texas, and Top 10 Doctors – Houston Metro Area.
Dr. Kirmani has professional affiliations with the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center, Institute of Functional Medicine, American College of Physicians, American Board of Internal Medicine, American Board of Physician Specialties and Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine.
She now brings her clinical expertise and experience to a new model of health care.
Integrative Medicine is healing-oriented medicine that takes account of the whole person, is informed by evidence, and makes use of all appropriate therapeutic approaches, both conventional and alternative.
Integrative medicine combines modern medicine with established approaches from around the world. By joining modern medicine with proven practices from other healing traditions, Integrative Practitioners are better able to relieve suffering, reduce stress, maintain the well-being, and enhance the resilience of their patients.
The principles of Integrative Medicine:
Functional Medicine addresses the underlying causes of disease, using a systems-oriented approach and engaging both patient and practitioner in a therapeutic partnership. It is an evolution in the practice of medicine that better addresses the healthcare needs of the 21st century.
Functional medicine shifts the traditional disease-centered focus of medical care to a more patient-centered approach. It addresses the whole person, not just an isolated set of symptoms. Functional medicine physicians look at the interactions among genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors that can influence long-term health and complex, chronic diseases.
The principles of Functional Medicine: