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OPHTHALMOLOGIST IN PAKISTAN

An ophthalmologist in Pakistan is a person who specializes in the examination, treatment, and care of the eyes. The term eye doctor can refer to either an ophthalmologist or an optometrist. An eye specialist is an eye doctor who is professionally licensed to examine, diagnose, treat, and manage diseases and disorders of the eye and visual system and are considered the primary eye care practitioner. Ophthalmologists also diagnose vision problems and eye diseases, prescribe oral and topical medications to treat eye diseases, perform minor in-office procedures and provide treatment before and after surgery. Common areas of specialty of ophthalmologist in Pakistan include family practice optometry, primary eye care, cornea and contact lenses, geriatric optometry, pediatric optometry, low vision rehabilitation, vision therapy, eye disease, refractive and ocular surgery, community health and brain injury vision rehabilitation.

Choosing an ophthalmologist in Pakistan provider is an important health care decision. If your eyes are healthy and don't require specialized medical or surgical treatment, the type of eye doctor you choose for a routine eye exam is a matter of personal preference. ophthalmologist in Pakistan perform routine eye exams and both types of eye doctors are trained to detect, diagnose and manage eye diseases that require medical and non-medical treatment. We all depend on our vision in more ways that we may realize. Without healthy vision, our ability to work, play, drive or even recognize a face can be drastically affected. Many factors can affect our eyesight, including other health problems such as high blood pressure or diabetes. There are many risks and factors which can affect the health of eye and we all have to see an ophthalmologist for the better care of our health.

This page has been drafted to help you to find best ophthalmologist in Pakistan. You will find the complete list of ophthalmologist in Pakistan here on this page including male and female both. This list includes doctors over every region of Pakistan like Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Faisalabad, Rawalpindi, Multan, Peshawar, Quetta and other cities of Pakistan. You will find the complete list of Ophthalmologist in Pakistan here on this page including male and female both. This list includes doctors over every region of Pakistan like Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Faisalabad, Rawalpindi, Multan, Peshawar, Quetta and other cities of Pakistan.

OPHTHALMOLOGIST DOCTORS IN PAKISTAN

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Dr. Azam Ali
Dr. Azam Ali sits in Liaquat national Hospital, (Stadium Road, Karachi) Contact No. Liaquat National Hospital 021-111-456-456
MARYAM ABBASI, Karachi Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Dr. Azam Ali
can anyone tell me please. where is he working now... my father have svere eye disease. i need to visit. dr.azam ali
saba khalid, Karachi Sunday, January 6, 2019

Dr Haroon Zafar Ali
In Islamabad you’ve many ophthalmologist and I’ve met two specialist in y life who are well educated and great person as well Dr.Shabbir Kamal Dr.Furqan Bandani
ghashia, Islamabad Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Dr. Mohammad Tariq Khan
It is quiet difficult to take an appointment of Dr, many times I go in Pakistan Institute of Medical science for the checkup of my eyes, I feel trouble to wait for the doctor.
Ayesha, Lahore Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Dr. Amanat Ullah Khan
Salam Dr.Shab, My name is Navroz Moosa, i have received a call for help a child named Bushra Bibi, MRN # 1482928, I don't know her, but i want to help her, plz confirm me is this a real matter. Thanks.
Navroz Moosa, Quetta Thursday, December 6, 2018

Lt. Col (r) Amer Mustaqeem
may ALLAH pak bless DR sb.. very kind person
Farhan Habib, Rawalpindi Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Dr. Imran Hussain
need appointment of Dr. Imran Hussain
Nadeem, Karachi Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Lt. Col (r) Amer Mustaqeem
Assalamualaikum everyone except the doctor amer mustaqeem.As this comment is for the well being of the patients .I have visited dr. Amer mustaqeem in this very month just for a second opinion. As Dr. Iqbal another dr in his hospital wah cantt branch told me that i need a CXL laser treatment ..But i opted for dr. Amer mustaqeem for CXL as i thought of him a qualified and more experienced dr BUT he turned out to be a really very irresponsible dr as he left my and another little boy's operation on his para medical staff and left for another clinic ,despite of our appointments .Appointment ek week pehle di gai thi inhi dr amer ki trf se..Aj kl k doc srf pesey k peechey hn wo apney para medical staff pe sb chor k chley gaye k ye kren gey operations..Bera ghrk krna chahtey hn ye peson k peechey.Mj se 45,000 liye gaye aur dosrey patient se 80,000 CXL k liye aur fazool logon pe chor gaye.Meri entitlement hai CMH me me ne pesey liye bri mushkil se in se wapis aur nhn kraya operation jb k inka staff jhoot pe jhoot bol k k dr dekh k gaye hn inko ,jo k nhn dekh k gaye appointment k ba'wajood.Ap sb logon se guzarish hai k aisey ghatia peson k pujari se ilaj krana khtrey se khali nhn,jin ko insaaniyat ki koi kadar nhn.Aisey tu me b 1 month dr k sath operation thetre me khri hun tu ye laser operation kr lun...jesey in k staff ne krna tha.Me ab CMH se krwa rahi hun CXL aur wahan serving brigadier kren gey aur yahan in k para medical staff ne krna tha.ALLAH ki phitkaar o aisey ghatia logon pe jo logon ki zndgiyon k sath kheltey hn peson k liye
asad, Rawalpindi Thursday, September 27, 2018

Lt. Col (r) Amer Mustaqeem
Assalma Alaikum Dear sir, Him ny subo patient chek krana hy tuesday 7,8,2018 Tuesday ko katny bajey taq ap hoty hy
inshaal, Rawalpindi Sunday, August 5, 2018

Dr. Azam Ali
Veery poor staff and doctor azm not really understanding patient pain asked avoid floater dont do vitrctomy and dont do LASIK and prk surgery for vision correction so will what are doing this doctor
Zohaib afridi, Karachi Tuesday, July 31, 2018

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