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Top Dietitian in Askari IV, Karachi - Dr. Ayesha Abbas
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Dr. Ayesha Abbas

MBBS - Nutritionist, MSc (Nutrition)

Dietitian, Nutritionist

Dr. Ayesha Abbas

MBBS - Nutritionist, MSc (Nutrition)

Dietitian, Nutritionist

Health Clinic (Askari IV)
Medilink Consultant Clinics (Clifton)
AlKhaleej Clinics (Karachi) (Shaheed-e-Millat Road)
8 years experience
Wait time: Under 15 min
Rs. 2000
Available tomorrow

A brief intro to Dietitians?

'Dietitians' are those who gives guidance on the intake of food and their impacts on health after the problem diagnosis by the specialists like diet plans to reduce weight, special diet plans for diabetic, cancer patients etc. They have expertise in a range of services which includes public health nutrition, community health and tertiary education related to nutrition. They not just design and coordinate but also do they implement and evaluate population’s health intervention in order to improve population as a whole by means of better food and nutrition.

Dietitians in hospitals near you

Dietitians in Health Clinic,Askari IV, Karachi

Related Treatments

Obesity Management

Frequently Asked Questions

Click here to book an appointment with a top Dietitian in Karachi. Or, you can also call at 02138140600 from 9AM to 11PM to book your appointment.

The fee for top Dietitian in Karachi is 2000. You will pay at the reception when you visit the doctor.

There are no additional charges when you book through oladoc.

'Dietitians' are those who gives guidance on the intake of food and their impacts on health after the problem diagnosis by the specialists like diet plans to reduce weight, special diet plans for diabetic, cancer patients etc. They have expertise in a range of services which includes public health nutrition, community health and tertiary education related to nutrition. They not just design and coordinate but also do they implement and evaluate population’s health intervention in order to improve population as a whole by means of better food and nutrition.