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      Does someone here know of (a) good neurologist and (b) a good psychiatrist in Lahore? Please pm me if you have any recommendations.

      Also if anyone has experience with Dr. Shahzad Shams (neurologist) or Dr. Saad Bashir Malik(psychiatrist), please do let know.

      Thanks.
      "naseehat karnay ki nahi, kar kay dikhanay ki cheez hai" -some author(maybe Mumtaz Mufti)

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      Dr.Saad Bashir is one of the best in Pak not only in Lhr

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      ^thank you.
      "naseehat karnay ki nahi, kar kay dikhanay ki cheez hai" -some author(maybe Mumtaz Mufti)

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      I have been taught by Dr. Shahzad Shams and he is a very competent neurosurgeon !
      Train this chaos, turn it into light . . .

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      Thank you.

      I did some research and read good things about Dr. Saad Bashir but couldn't find any reviews for Dr. Shams. I hope it works for us.
      "naseehat karnay ki nahi, kar kay dikhanay ki cheez hai" -some author(maybe Mumtaz Mufti)

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      Here in Pakistan neurosurgeons often deal with all neurological matters but it is better to find a neurologist , not a surgeon . Your post tells that you are with some different type of problem.