Internal Medicine – Aesthetics – Regenerative Medicine Specialist serving two locations in San Antonio, TX
Tamyra L. Rogers, MD, of Dr. Rogers Centers, arrived in San Antonio, Texas, in 2001 after years of treating obesity, first as chief resident at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, then as director of the Metabolic Clinic for Tuba City Indian Medical Center in Tuba City, Arizona.
At the Tuba City Indian Medical Center, she helped build the first wellness center for the Navajo nation to fight the epidemic of diabetes. As chair of the diabetic program, she adopted a hybrid model of treating diabetes using holistic approaches from the Navajo tradition in tandem with Western medicine.
Dr. Tamyra Rogers was recently named Female Physician of the Year by the Bexar County Medical Society. Dr. Rogers is a practicing member of the American Association of Bariatric Physicians. At the national level, the Consumer Research Council named her one of America’s Top Physicians in Internal Medicine and Bariatrics.Dr. Rogers has been a guest speaker on subjects ranging from micronutrients to the care of surgical weight-loss patients at the American Society of Bariatric Physicians Annual Conference. She has also been a keynote speaker for Women in Medicine Bexar County Society.
Before completing her medical degree at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Rogers completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Oklahoma, where she was well known for her competitive skills in basketball. Today, the university honors her with an endowment scholarship in her name to memorialize her outstanding achievements on the court. The NCAA has also recognized her with a Silver Anniversary Award, she is the first female athlete to be named at the University of Oklahoma.
Dr. Rogers is known for exceptional drive and commitment that she now channels to her fight against the obesity epidemic. She is steadfast in her commitment to preventative medicine and her patients.