Doctors For Bells Palsy In Pakistan

Profile Photo of Neurologist in Quetta - Prof. Dr. Muhammad Saleem Barech

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Saleem Barech

Neurologist

MBBS, FCPS, DCN

Experience

27 Yrs

Satisfaction

98%

Video Consultation

Available from Feb 26

Rs. 5,000

Akram Hospital, Quetta City, Quetta

Available from Feb 26

Rs. 1,700

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Asst. Prof. Dr. Waqas Arshad

Neurologist

MBBS, FCPS

Experience

9 Yrs

Satisfaction

99%

Video Consultation

Available Tomorrow

Rs. 1,500

Life line Medical Complex, Jail Road, Sahiwal

Available Tomorrow

Rs. 2,000 Pay Online & Save Rs.200

Al-Khidmat Hospital Sahiwal, Jamia Farida Road, Sahiwal

Available from Feb 25

Rs. 2,000 Pay Online & Save Rs.200

Chughtai Medical Center Jail Road, Gulberg 5, Lahore

Available from Feb 26

Rs. 3,000 Pay Online & Save Rs.200

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Prof. Dr. Arif Herekar

Neurologist

MBBS, MCPS (Medicine), MD Neurology, Masters In Adult Neurology, Masters In Child Neurology, Diploma In Tropical Medicine

Experience

39 Yrs

Satisfaction

95%

Video Consultation

Available today

Rs. 3,500

Hilal-E-Ahmar House Hospital, Clifton, Karachi

Available from Feb 26

Rs. 2,500

Profile Photo of Neurologist in Sheikhupura - Dr. Moazzam Javaid Cheema

Dr. Moazzam Javaid Cheema

Neurologist

MBBS, FCPS (Neurology)

Experience

10 Yrs

Satisfaction

98%

Video Consultation

Available Tomorrow

Rs. 1,500

Central Hospital Gujranwala, GT Road, Gujranwala

Available from Mar 01

Rs. 1,500

UniCare Medical Centre, shadman, Lahore

Available from Mar 01

Rs. 2,000

Al Fazal Hospital, Nankana Sahib, Sheikhupura

Available from Feb 28

Rs. 1,000

Khadija Poly clinic, , Civil Lines, Sheikhupura

Available from Feb 26

Rs. 1,500

Alghani Hospital and Sugar Canter, Jail Road, Mandi Bahauddin

Available Tomorrow

Rs. 1,000

Darul Barkat Medicare Hospital, Stadium Road, Sheikhupura

Available from Feb 26

Rs. 1,500

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Asst. Prof. Dr. Ghulam Mujtaba

Neurologist

MBBS, FCPS (Neurology), Member of International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society (USA), Mini fellowship in Epilepsy, Member of American Academy of Neurology

Experience

10 Yrs

Satisfaction

97%

Video Consultation

Available today

Rs. 3,000

Islamabad Medical And Surgical Hospital, G-6 Markaz Block 4, Islamabad

Available from Feb 26

Rs. 2,000

Maxhealth Hospital, 12-K Markaz Rd, G-8, Islamabad

Available from Feb 26

Rs. 2,000

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Dr. Husnain Hashim

Neurologist

MBBS, MCPS, FCPS (Neurology), FEBN (Neurology), MSc (Stroke Medicine)

Experience

23 Yrs

Satisfaction

98%

Fauji Foundation Hospital, Main Jhelum Road, Rawalpindi

Available from Feb 26

Rs. 1,500

Prof Tariq Memorial Neuro Clinic, Sector G, Islamabad

Available from Feb 26

Rs. 3,000

Profile Photo of Neurologist in Lahore - Prof. Dr. Sajjad Naseer

Prof. Dr. Sajjad Naseer

Neurologist

MBBS, FCPS (Neurology), MRCP (Ireland ), MRCP (UK), FAAN, FRCP, American Board of Electro Diagnostic Medicine,

Experience

30 Yrs

Satisfaction

95%

Neauro Diagnostic Centre, Thokar Niaz Baig, Lahore

Available from Feb 26

Rs. 2,500

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Dr. Kanwal

Neurologist

MBBS , FCPS (Neurologist)

Experience

9 Yrs

Satisfaction

100%

Video Consultation

Available today

Rs. 1,000

Profile Photo of Neurologist in Multan - Prof. Dr. Muhammad Fahad Saleem

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Fahad Saleem

Neurologist

MBBS, FCPS (Neurology) , Master of Science in Clinical Research, FRCP (Neurology )Royal College of London

Experience

17 Yrs

Satisfaction

96%

Video Consultation

Available Tomorrow

Rs. 2,500

Medicare Hospital, Tipu Sultan Colony, Multan

Available from Feb 26

Rs. 2,500 Pay Online & Save Rs.200

National Diagnostic Center, Ahsan Colony, Multan

Available from Feb 26

Rs. 2,500 Pay Online & Save Rs.200

Minds Clinic, Phase 1, Multan

Available Tomorrow

Rs. 2,500

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Assoc. Prof. Dr. Zainullah Khan Kakar

Neuro Psychiatrist, Psychiatrist, Neurologist

MBBS , FCPS (psychiatry) , MCPS(Neurology) , IFAPA (USA) , Member Royal College of Psychiatrist (London)

Experience

17 Yrs

Satisfaction

98%

Video Consultation

Available from Feb 26

Rs. 2,000

Sajid Hospital, Quetta City, Quetta

Available from Feb 26

Rs. 1,500

Profile Photo of Neurologist in Karachi - Dr. Abdul Lateef Mian

Dr. Abdul Lateef Mian

Neurologist

MBBS , MD (Neurology)

Experience

25 Yrs

Satisfaction

98%

Anklesaria Hospital, Preedy Quarters Karachi, Karachi

Available from Feb 26

Rs. 1,500

Profile Photo of Neurologist in Sialkot - Dr. Kaukab Fatima

Dr. Kaukab Fatima

Neurologist

MBBS, FCPS (Neurology)

Experience

9 Yrs

Satisfaction

99%

Video Consultation

Available from Feb 26

Rs. 2,000

Bashir Hospital, Khadim Ali Road, Sialkot

Available from Feb 26

Rs. 1,500

How can I find treatment of Bells Palsy?

Find the complete list of doctors who deals with Bells Palsy issues in Pakistan. You can access the complete details of Bells Palsy Treatment specialists along with the relevant information. You can also book an appointment by phone call with Marham.

Bell's Palsy affects many people due to various reasons. If you or any person in your family has Bell's Palsy, seek medical assistance from a doctor immediately to avoid complications. Fortunately, Marham has a complete panel of qualified doctors for Bell's Palsy in Pakistan. If you want to consult a doctor for the treatment of bell's palsy in Pakistan, you can book an appointment online through Marham.pk.

What is Bell’s Palsy?

Bell's palsy is a sudden start of facial muscle weakness or paralysis. It starts suddenly and worsens over the next 48 hours. This condition is caused by facial nerve damage (the 7th cranial nerve). Pain and discomfort are most commonly felt on one side of the face or head.

What are the Symptoms of Bells Palsy?

Bell's palsy symptoms and signs appear suddenly and may include:

  • Sudden onset of mild weakness leading to total paralysis on one side of your face — this can happen within hours or days.
  • Drooping of the brows and difficulty making facial expressions such as closing your eyes or smiling
  • Drooling
  • On the affected side, you may experience pain around your jaw, in or behind your ear, or both.
  • On the affected side of the skin, increased sensitivity to sound
  • Headache
  • A decline in taste
  • Changes in the saliva and tears you produce

Bell's palsy can affect the nerves on both sides of your face in rare cases.

What are the Causes of Bells Palsy?

Although the real cause of Bell's palsy is unknown, it is frequently associated with a viral infection. Viruses associated with Bell's palsy include those that cause:

  • Cold sores and genital herpes are two types of genital herpes (herpes simplex)
  • Shingles and chickenpox (herpes zoster)
  • Infectious mononucleosis (Epstein-Barr)
  • Infections with Cytomegalovirus
  • Infections of the lungs (adenovirus)
  • Measles in Germany (rubella)
  • The mumps (mumps virus)
  • The flu (influenza B)
  • Hand-foot-and-mouth disease (HFMD) (coxsackievirus)

On its way towards your face, the nerve that controls your facial muscles travels through a narrow bone corridor. Bell's palsy occurs when that nerve becomes inflamed and swollen, which is usually caused by a viral infection. The nerve affects tears, saliva, taste, and a small bone in the middle of your ear, in addition to facial muscles.

What are the Risk Factors of Bell’s Palsy?

You are more likely to develop Bell's palsy if you:

  • are pregnant
  • diabetic
  • or have a lung infection
  • have a family history of the disease

What are the Preventions of Bell’s Palsy?

Bell's palsy is usually irreversible because it is caused by an infection. It could be related to the herpes virus. Bell's palsy is usually only experienced once, but it can reoccur. This is more likely if the condition runs in your family.

What is the Treatment of Bells Palsy?

Bell's palsy symptoms usually improve on their own. However, it can take many weeks or months for your face muscles to regain their normal strength. The treatments listed below may aid in your recovery.

Medication

Your doctor may advise you to take medications such as corticosteroid drugs, which lessens inflammation antiviral or antibacterial medication, which may be prescribed if your Bell's palsy is caused by a virus or bacteria over-the-counter pain relievers, such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen eye drops to keep your affected eye well lubricated

How can I find treatment for Bell’s Palsy?

You can contact expert doctors of Marham to treat Bell’s palsy. Our doctors are fantastically excellent at doing this. We have a great team of doctors and surgeons whom you may contact for treatment.


Frequently Asked Questions

Click Here To book your appointment with a specialist of Bells Palsy. You can also book your appointment with a specialist of Bells Palsy by calling at 042-32591427 or 0311-1222398. There are no extra charges for booking through Marham.

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The fee for specialists of Bells Palsy in Pakistan varies from PKR 500-3000 depending upon doctor's experience and qualification.

Top 10 Bells Palsy Doctors in Pakistan are:

  1. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Saleem Barech
  2. Asst. Prof. Dr. Waqas Arshad
  3. Prof. Dr. Arif Herekar
  4. Dr. Moazzam Javaid Cheema
  5. Asst. Prof. Dr. Ghulam Mujtaba
  6. Dr. Husnain Hashim
  7. Prof. Dr. Sajjad Naseer
  8. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Fahad Saleem
  9. Dr. Abdul Lateef Mian
  10. Dr. Kaukab Fatima

10 Bells Palsy Doctors in Pakistan are:

  1. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Saleem Barech
  2. Asst. Prof. Dr. Waqas Arshad
  3. Prof. Dr. Arif Herekar
  4. Dr. Moazzam Javaid Cheema
  5. Asst. Prof. Dr. Ghulam Mujtaba
  6. Dr. Husnain Hashim
  7. Prof. Dr. Sajjad Naseer
  8. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Fahad Saleem
  9. Dr. Abdul Lateef Mian
  10. Dr. Kaukab Fatima