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Top 6 Speech and Language Pathologists in Islamabad

Also known as Speech Therapist

100% 5 patients

Ms. Komal Shafaat

MS (SLP)

Speech and Language Pathologist

4 years experience
Under 15 min wait
0% 1 patient

Dr. Sonia Zulfiqar

M.Phil, M.S

Speech and Language Pathologist

0% 2 patients

Dr. Muhammad Nasir Khan

MS (SLP), PGD SL, Dip Physiothrapy

Speech and Language Pathologist

Ad
100% 2 patients

Ms. Qurrah Tul Ain

M.S. Clinical Psychology, PGD in Speech & Language Therapy, PGD Forensic Psychology, Certificate Of Clinical Hypnosis, Certificate Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Psychologist, Speech and Language Pathologist

3 years experience
0% 0 patient

Ms. Zubia Munawar

M.Sc

Speech and Language Pathologist

0% 0 patient

Ms. Amina Imran

MSC

Speech and Language Pathologist

A brief intro to Speech and Language Pathologists?

Speech and language pathologists are professionals who specialize in communication and development of language from early childhood. They can asses the abnormalities that some children and adults might experience in hearing and speaking because of birth defects or physical and psychological trauma. oladoc can help book an appointment with a speech and language pathologist in Islamabad and has specialists across Islamabad in areas such as F-8 Markaz, PWD, Blue Area, Hillal Road, Pitras Bukhari Road and so on. Patients can call us at 0518151800 to book an appointment with a specialist for their needs. Patients can also book an online doctor video consultation with top speech and language pathologists all across the country. Top speech and language pathologists practicing in Islamabad include Ms. Komal Shafaat (practicing in Speech, Learning & Management Services Clinic), Ms. Qurrah Tul Ain (practicing in MaxHealth Hospital, and Mujahid Hospital (Faisalabad)), Dr. Sonia Zulfiqar (practicing in Zobia Hospital (G-9)), Ms. Zubia Munawar (practicing in Capital International Hospital), Dr. Muhammad Nasir Khan (practicing in Capital Diagnostic Centre). Speech and language pathologists are involved in the treatment of speech pathologies and help to improve the speech of children who have difficulty in learning to speak, for example because of partial deafness or brain damage, or to help restore the power of speech to adults who have lost it or partly lost it through accident or illness.

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The fee for top Speech and Language Pathologist in Islamabad ranges from 1500 to 2500. You will pay at the reception when you visit the doctor.

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Speech and language pathologists are professionals who specialize in communication and development of language from early childhood. They can asses the abnormalities that some children and adults might experience in hearing and speaking because of birth defects or physical and psychological trauma. oladoc can help book an appointment with a speech and language pathologist in Islamabad and has specialists across Islamabad in areas such as F-8 Markaz, PWD, Blue Area, Hillal Road, Pitras Bukhari Road and so on. Patients can call us at 0518151800 to book an appointment with a specialist for their needs. Patients can also book an online doctor video consultation with top speech and language pathologists all across the country. Top speech and language pathologists practicing in Islamabad include Ms. Komal Shafaat (practicing in Speech, Learning & Management Services Clinic), Ms. Qurrah Tul Ain (practicing in MaxHealth Hospital, and Mujahid Hospital (Faisalabad)), Dr. Sonia Zulfiqar (practicing in Zobia Hospital (G-9)), Ms. Zubia Munawar (practicing in Capital International Hospital), Dr. Muhammad Nasir Khan (practicing in Capital Diagnostic Centre). Speech and language pathologists are involved in the treatment of speech pathologies and help to improve the speech of children who have difficulty in learning to speak, for example because of partial deafness or brain damage, or to help restore the power of speech to adults who have lost it or partly lost it through accident or illness.