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182 Best Doctors for Aphasia in Karachi

Dr. Rehan Ahmed Khan GOLD

Psychiatrist

MBBS, Diploma in Clinical Psychiatry (Ireland), MRCPsych, Medical Diploma in Clinical Hypnosis (UK)

Under 15 Min Wait Time
16 Years Experience
97% (65) Satisfied Patients Satisfied
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Dr. Rehan Ahmed Khan

Psychiatrist

MBBS, Diploma in Clinical Psychiatry (Ireland), MRCPsych, Medical Diploma in Clinical Hypnosis (UK)

Under 15 Min Wait Time
16 Years Experience
Very very informative and good consultation very impressed highly recommended many thanks

What is Aphasia?

Aphasia is a communication disorder that results from damage or injury to language parts of the brain. It's more common in older adults, particularly those who have had a stroke. Aphasia gets in the way of a person's ability to use or understand words

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Who are the top doctors for Aphasia of January 2021 in Karachi?

Top 10 doctors for Aphasia of January 2021 in Karachi are:

  • Assoc. Prof. Dr. Aneel Kumar Keswani
  • Dr. Sohail Ahmed
  • Dr. Ameet Kumar H. Talreja
  • Dr. Najmi Chugtai
  • Dr. Iqbal Khemane
  • Assist. Prof. Dr. Anil Kumar Wadhwani
  • Dr. Ayesha Uquaily
  • Dr. Ayesha Sarwat
  • Dr. Jawed Akbar Dars
  • Dr. Ahmer Mairaj

How can I book an appointment with a doctor for Aphasia in Karachi?

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

What is the fee range of top doctors for Aphasia in Karachi?

The fee for top doctors for Aphasia in Karachi ranges from 600 to 3000. You will pay at the reception when you visit the doctor.

Are there any additional charges to book an appointment with doctors for Aphasia in Karachi through oladoc?

There are no additional charges when you book through oladoc.

What is Aphasia?

Aphasia is a communication disorder that results from damage or injury to language parts of the brain. It's more common in older adults, particularly those who have had a stroke. Aphasia gets in the way of a person's ability to use or understand words