Pakistan’s First Allergy & ENT Clinic

Now you can get premium allergy and ENT diagnostic and treatment services by a highly qualified American Board Certified Allergy specialist and a highly skilled ENT specialist trained at the top-rated Aga Khan University ENT training program in Pakistan.

International standard Allergy and ENT Diagnostic and Treatments
which include the following services:

  • Complete allergic diseases evaluation by a board certified Allergist with 38 years of allergy practice experience in Pakistan and USA.
  • Complete ENT disease evaluation by an ENT specialist trained with best qualified ENT professors in the top rated ENT specialist care training program in Pakistan.
  • Allergy skin tests to environmental allergens and food allergy triggers with diagnostic kits imported from the USA.
  • Advanced ENT surgical treatments at the best hospitals in Karachi.
  • Food allergy diagnostic tests.
  • Allergy vaccination for environmental allergies for nasal allergy, sinus disease, allergic asthma and allergic nasal polyps.
  • Latest biological treatments for asthma and nasal polyps.
  • Patient education on allergic, ears, nose and throat diseases.
  • Drug allergy diagnostic challenge tests.
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Allergy Specialist

Dr. Asif Ali Imam

An American Board Certified Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Specialist, graduated from Dow Medical College in 1976, and completed his fellowship at the University of California, Irvine. He practiced in the USA for 12 years before moving to Karachi in 1998. He leads clinics at Aga Khan University Hospital and South City Hospital and co-founded Pakistan’s first Allergy & ENT center.

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ENT Specialist

Dr. Muhammad Wasif

I am an ENT surgeon with over eight years of experience, specializing in Nose and Endoscopic Sinus Surgery. I completed my MBBS, earned the MRCPS from Glasgow, and hold a Fellowship in ENT Head & Neck Surgery. Trained at Aga Khan University Hospital and with experience in the UK, I am currently an assistant professor at Dr. Ziauddin University Hospital.

Conditions and Illnesses Treated


Eye Allergies

Runny Nose



Breathing Difficulty


Nose Blockage

Ear Infections

Sleep Apnea

Patient Guide for Assessment

Step 1


  • Call and book the appointment
  • Bring a referral letter (if any)
  • NO antihistamines 3 days prior to appointment

Step 2

Day of Consultation

  • Arrive 15 minutes prior for parking and paperwork.
  • Appointments can take up to 1-1.5 hours
  • Bring previous skin prick tests (if any)
  • Assessment and Management plan provided

Step 3

Skin Prick Tests

  • Performed on the day of consultation
  • It takes 20-30 minutes for these tests
  • Results of skin prick tests provided on the day

Step 4

Follow up

  • Children with food allergies need a regular review (usually in 6 to 12 months) for reassessment and repeat skin prick tests as this helps to determine if a food challenge is required.
  • You will be advised about your next follow up on the consultation day.