DR Yahya Iftikhaar(Cardiologist)
You can consult a Cardiologist if:
- You experience a chest discomfort
- Your family has a history of heart disease
- You are a smoker
- Your cholesterol level is high
- Your blood pressure is high..
You can visit a cardiologist directly if your family has a history of heart disease. A cardiologist can evaluate your risk factor of getting a heart disorder and offer preventive treatment options. You may also be referred to a cardiologist by your physician if you show symptoms like chest pain, shortness of breath, high blood pressure, dizziness, etc. .
You can consult a Radiologists if
- Your physician has recommended an imaging test to diagnose your condition.
- Your physician needs to determine the progress of your disease.
- You are pregnant.
- You need screening for cancers or tumours.
Some of the imaging techniques used by radiologists are X-ray radiography, positron emission topography (PET), ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and computed tomography.
Dr. Saeed(Eye Specialist)
Even though you visit a separate office for your eye health, that doesn’t mean your eyes shouldn’t be treated holistically.
Your eye doctor will discuss your overall health and that of your immediate family, any medications you’re taking, and whether you have high blood pressure or diabetes
They’ll also want to know if you smoke and how much sun exposure you get.
All these factors help the eye doctor properly assess your eye health.
You can consult a Pediatrician if:
- Your child has an injury, infection, condition, etc.
- Your child displays behavioural problems, functional disabilities, etc.
- Your child needs to be vaccinated
- You wish to get information about your child’s health, fitness, safety, and nutrition needs
- Your child needs a routine physical examination.
Pediatricians are trained to care for children through their various developmental stages and can treat a wide range of medical problems. Pediatricians can also help children with behavioral and psychiatric problems.
You can consult a pediatrician if your child has a fever and looks very ill, is unusually drowsy, has other symptoms such as a stiff neck, severe headache, severe sore throat, severe ear pain or repeated vomiting or diarrhea, and has had a seizure