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Our Doctors

General practitioners are highly skilled professionals that offer a variety of non-surgical medical services to adult patients.

A dermatologist is a medical professional who focuses on diseases of the skin, hair, and nails.

Neurologists are medical professionals that focus on treating conditions affecting the muscles, nerves, and spinal cord.

A hematologist is an expert in the field of hematology, which is the study of blood, organs that produce blood, and blood-related illnesses.

An ENT physician examines your larynx, sinuses, sinuses, ears, nose, and other relevant body parts.

A doctor with extensive training in examining, diagnosing, and treating patients with cancer or cancer suspects is known as an oncologist.

A doctor who focuses on the health of female reproductive systems is called a gynecologist. They identify and address problems with the female reproductive system.

A pediatrician is a medical professional who specialises in treating young children, adolescents, and adults.

A pulmonologist treats and diagnoses respiratory illnesses.

A gastroenterologist is a medical doctor who specialises in conditions that affect the digestive system.

A doctor who specialises in treating problems with the heart and blood vessels is known as a cardiologist.

Acute and chronic kidney disorders and problems are diagnosed, treated, and managed by nephrologists, who are medical specialists.

Endocrinologists identify, manage, and treat conditions affecting the endocrine glands and their related hormones, including the adrenals, pancreas, pituitary, parathyroid, thyroid, ovaries, and testicles.

Orthopedists are experts in the complete musculoskeletal system and are knowledgeable about the many types of joints and how they function.

A urologist is a physician who focuses on disorders of the reproductive system and conditions that affect men, women, and children's urinary tracts.

Dentists fix broken teeth, fill cavities, get rid of decay, straighten teeth, apply sealants, polish patients' teeth, and give oral hygiene advice.

Psychologists evaluate, diagnose, and treat behavioural dysfunctions and psychological issues that are caused by or connected to physical and mental health.

Dietitians assist people in enhancing their health by offering knowledgeable food and nutrition guidance.

A nutritionist is a specialist in the area of nutrition and food.

Radiologist are Experts in medical imaging who use X-rays, CT scans, and MRIs to diagnose and treat diseases.

Pathologist is a medical detectives who study tissues and fluids to diagnose diseases, guide treatment, and improve patient outcomes.

General surgeons handle all aspects of surgery, from diagnosis to postoperative care, across nine key surgical components.

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