Multidisciplinary Approach To Spinal & Vascular Problems

Now Pakistanis don’t have to travel abroad for treatment. We provide multidisciplinary approach in treating patients with spinal vascular abnormalities. Thanks to our interventional radiologists at Shifa International. Some images from my last patient a very renowned doctor in Rawalpindi. From paraplegic to walking without support in 2 weeks

Brain Tumour Considered Inoperable

A patient presented to my clinic with a brain tumour considered inoperable in KPK as close to speech area on the left side. The patient was operated by me and had 95% resection of tumour. He had radiotherapy at IRNUM now back at work and working normally.
His Sons letter at school was shared by his mother. This is why I am a neurosurgeon thanks be to Allah the all mighty. Pre and post op images are also attached.

Ruptured brain aneurysms

Ruptured brain aneurysms. I am one of a few surgeons in the region including KPK who can treat this surgically. Here are some shots from the last case. Patient was Grade 1 with ruptured ACOM aneurysm. Discharged home 3 rd post op day.

Awake brain surgery & minimally invasive brain and spine surgery at Hum News Morning Show

Dr. Akbar Ali Khan (Minimally Invasive Neurosurgeon) was invited to talk on recent advancements in neurosurgery (awake brain surgery & minimally invasive brain and spine surgery) at Hum News Morning Show.

Dr. Akbar is an expert in minimally invasive endoscopic brain and spine surgery. He is a graduate of Khyber Medical College, Peshawar. He completed his Neurosurgical & Pituitary Surgery training at National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery, University College London Hospital, U.K., and later at MD Anderson Texas, U.S. He also worked as Consultant Neurosurgeon at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow, U.K.