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Dr. Muhammad Mahboob

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Locations

Dufferin Medical Center
2045 Dufferin St, Suite 102
Toronto, Ontario
Mon 11:00 am - 7:00 pm  
Tue 11:00 am - 7:00 pm  
Wed 11:00 am - 7:00 pm  
Thu 11:00 am - 7:00 pm  
Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm  

Biography

MBBS (British equivalent of an MD) FRCS (England) MRCGP (England) GP* Mentor and Masters with special interest in Diabetes in the UK GP* Mentor in Musculoskeletal disorders in the UK CCFP *please note a GP is the British equivalent of a Family Practitioner

Why should patients choose you as their provider instead of others in the area?

With about 20 years of medical experience from England under my belt, of which I spent the last 5 years teaching new family physicians (GPs) how to practise medicine safely and properly, as well as becoming an expert of my fields of medicine. So you can relax and feel at ease that I'm your doctor. I'm light hearted, approachable and have a vast experience in managing patients with chronic diseases like diabetes, high BP, heart diseases, COPD, asthma , depression, anxiety and a special interest in chronic pain management.

What are the top 3 treatments that you focus on?

- Diabetes - High Blood pressure and Heart disease - Musculo-skeletal disorders such as; painful shoulders, back ache, knee and elbow problems.

What are you proud of in your practice?

My passion is to truly treat patients as I would treat a family member, especially when it comes to long term care. You can be assured that I will be there for you anytime and I definitely won't be pushing any medications down your throat.

Which cases do you enjoy treating? Why?

- Diabetes, and Diabetes management - Complex disorders, which may have been previously undiagnosed. - Minor surgery and biopsy - Pain management - General counselling

Offered Services 4 Services

Follow Up Visit Initial Visit Prenatal care Walk-In

Follow Up Visit Initial Visit Prenatal care Walk-In

Languages Spoken

English Hindi Panjabi/punjabi Urdu

Most Helpful Reviews
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  • Bad Doctor
    Reviewed on April 2nd, 2016  •  Verified patient
    Don't go here, just a walk in clinic, waited over an hour because I needed to find a new family doctor, mine retired. So needed a refill of meds that my family doctor has been giving me for more than five years, percocet and oxycontin 80 and this guy tells me I have no pain and won't help me, the worst doctor in Toronto.
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  • Fail
    Reviewed on February 29th, 2016  •  Verified patient
    I arrived 3 min early. They had no record of my appointment. No apology. No explanation. They said I could see Dr. Mahboob anyways. I waited one hour and was never summoned. I left without seeing the Dr. A very annoying experience. I will not go back.
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  • A go-to guy for diabetic care
    Reviewed on December 5th, 2015  •  Verified patient
    Dr. Mahboob is incredibly knowledgeable about diabetic care. He's very personable and supportive, understanding the lifestyle aspects of diabetes in addition to the pharmaceutical approaches. I feel that I'm in very good hands and would recommend him.
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  • Highly Recommend
    Reviewed on September 24th, 2015  •  Verified patient
    Dr. Mahboob is absolutely amazing in his understanding of patients. His experience shows in how he relates and provides information. I was very happy meeting him and retaining him as my new family doctor.
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