Reem Tamim Darar, PhD
Dr. Darar earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She attended Trinity College of Natural Health to become a board certified naturopathic doctor. She also attended Kingdom College of Natural Health in conjunction with the prestigious Texas Chiropractic College and earned her PhD. She has been helping people reach optimum wellness for 10 years. Her mission is to alleviate the suffering of the world, helping people lead a life full of vitality and wellbeing.
This is My Story
My life almost came to an end when I was 20 years old. Luckily, I survived! But the years to come were not easy. Living with a debilitating illness was depressing, at best. My struggle and my commitment to find a way to overcome led me to find natural medicine. I developed a passion for true healing and became committed to help others, like I was able to help myself. I know what it feels like to be unable to lead a fulfilling life due to a chronic illness. My job, first and foremost, is to teach you how to gain trust in your own healing processes. I will empower you to take charge of your own health through the tried and true methods of natural medicine. And I will celebrate with you your journey to a life full of vitality.
How to Schedule an Appointment
What to Expect at Your Appointment
Your first appointment will involve a brief physical exam, a review of your health history, a comprehensive naturopathic assessment and energy work. Diet will be addressed on your first visit since it is the core of any healing protocol. Your second appointment, which is scheduled 1 week after your first, you will get the results of your scans, start a detoxification protocol, address the emotional component of illness and start supplementation. The third visit is scheduled one month after your second and the healing protocol will progress depending on the primary health concern or goal that brought you to the clinic. Visits will continue monthly until symptoms subside and then every 3-6 months as needed.
Office visits are billed at a flat rate of $370 for the initial visit and $185 for follow up visits. This includes any treatments done during the visit. It does not include any supplemements. Late cancel fee is $30, No Show Fee is $45.
What are accepted forms of payment?
Cash and all major credit cards (American Express, MasterCard, Visa, Discover) are accepted.
What about Insurance?
Until the licensing laws are changed in this state, insurance companies will not reimburse for services rendered by naturopathic doctors. However you may have success with your flexible savings or health savings account. Check with your plan administrator.