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Consult the Best Neurologists in Pakistan Online

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Dr. Muhammad Hassan Shaikh

Dr. Muhammad Hassan Shaikh

Neurologist

4.5/5

3000


Next available

Sat, 28th Jan

Dr. Naveed Javed

Dr. Naveed Javed

Neurologist

4.3/5

3000


Next available

Sat, 28th Jan

Frequently Asked Questions

Dawaai connects you to highly-qualified Neurologists who can treat a wide variety of conditions including, Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson (require further investigation). The consultation charges vary for each Neurologist and are mainly dependent on his/her level of qualification and experience.
The payment method is through digital payments and the service is prepaid.
All the Neurologists associated with Dawaai are experienced professionals with vast medical knowledge. A brief introduction, including the level of qualification for each doctor, is available on the website. After going through the provided information, you can choose your desired Neurologist.
The Neurologists available on Dawaai.pk for online consultation are licensed and trusted medical professionals. They can treat non-emergency medical conditions, diagnose conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson (mostly require further investigations), get prescriptions filled and refilled, and help patients manage chronic conditions and the associated symptoms

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Who is a Neurologist?

A Neurologist is a professional doctor who diagnoses, treats, and manages disorders and diseases involving the brain, nervous system, and the associated organs.The nervous system includes:

  • Brain
  • Spinal cord

What is the difference between a Neurologist and a Neurosurgeon?

A Neurologist diagnoses, treats, and manages disorders and diseases involving the brain, nervous system, and the associated organs. A Neurosurgeon does all of the above, while also performing minor and major surgeries, when necessary.

When to consult a Neurologist:

You should visit a Neurologist when you have the following symptoms:

  • Dizziness or fainting
  • Persistent or intense headache
  • Numbness or tingling
  • Migraine
  • Flashes
  • Vision problems
  • Weakness or lethargy
  • Problems in movement/walking
  • Seizures
  • Unusual memory loss or problems
  • Speech, language, or learning problems
  • Sleep problems

Common Problems Treated by a Neurologist:

  • Alzheimer’s Disease:

    a condition causing progressive mental deterioration due to generalized brain damage, frequently accompanied by memory loss.

  • Epilepsy:

    a neurological disorder characterized by abnormal electrical activity in the brain leading to seizures and unconsciousness (in some cases).

  • Parkinson:

    a progressive brain disease marked by tremors, slow and imprecise muscular movements, and muscular rigidity.

  • Stroke:

    decreased or cessation of blood supply to the brain due to a blocked vessel or occlusion.

  • Multiple Sclerosis:

    a chronic disease characterized by damage to the brain cells and spinal cord, leading to numbness, difficulty in speech, blurred vision, muscular impairment, and fatigue.

  • Tourette Syndrome:

    a neurological disorder accompanied with involuntary tics and vocalizations.

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis:

    a progressive brain disease characterized by deterioration of the central nervous system, leading to paralysis.

  • Brain Tumor:

    a mass of abnormal cells in the brain causing brain dysfunction.

Diseases/conditions usually treated by a Neurologist:

  • Alzheimer’s Disease:

    a condition causing progressive mental deterioration due to generalized brain damage, frequently accompanied by memory loss.

  • Epilepsy:

    a neurological disorder characterized by abnormal electrical activity in the brain leading to seizures and unconsciousness (in some cases).

  • Parkinson:

    a progressive brain disease marked by tremors, slow and imprecise muscular movements, and muscular rigidity.

  • Stroke:

    decreased or cessation of blood supply to the brain due to a blocked vessel or occlusion.

  • Multiple Sclerosis:

    a chronic disease characterized by damage to the brain cells and spinal cord, leading to numbness, difficulty in speech, blurred vision, muscular impairment, and fatigue.

  • Tourette Syndrome:

    a neurological disorder accompanied with involuntary tics and vocalizations.

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis:

    a progressive brain disease characterized by deterioration of the central nervous system, leading to paralysis.

  • Brain Tumor:

    a mass of abnormal cells in the brain causing brain dysfunction.