The doctors who make up the Infinity Eye Care Centre Ophthalmic and Optometric team are all extremely qualified and share a common vision of helping each of their patients achieve significant improvements in both their eyesight and lifestyle.
Prof. Dr. Shahid Azeem Mirza, MCPS, FCPS
In a career spanning two decades, Dr. Shahid Azeem Mirza has received dozens of awards and distinctions. But his greatest satisfaction comes from restoring or improving the vision of his patients. “Helping individual patients and teaching other doctors so they can help their own patients are the greatest satisfaction and honor I can imagine for any ophthalmologist,” he says.
Education and Leadership Positions
Born into a pioneering medical educational family, Dr. Shahid Azeem Mirza was destined to be an innovator. After studying medicine at Dow University of Health Sciences and completing an ophthalmology residency at Civil Hospital in Karachi, Dr. Shahid Azeem Mirza began the practice of ophthalmology in Karachi. He further moved forward and completed fellowship from College of Physicians & Surgeons Pakistan
In his many years of experience working in the field of Laser Vision Correction surgery, Dr. Shahid Azeem Mirza has performed over 10,000 LASIK surgery procedures. He is the area’s most experienced ICL surgeon and the region’s leading surgeon in his field. His satisfied patients have included doctors, other ophthalmic surgeons, professional athletes and celebrities. Dr. Shahid Azeem Mirza exclusively uses the bladeless surgery technique which is proven to provide superior safety and superior vision compared to traditional blade LASIK surgery. His expertise in Laser Vision Correction has been featured on local television, radio, and leading newspapers and magazines.
Dr. Shahid’s patients were so enthusiastic about their care that they encouraged him to setup advanced eye care through modern cutting-edge technology, for this purpose Dr. Shahid went USA and brought latest technology for best possible eye care, he founded the Infinity Eye Care Center to better handle each and every patient’s case.
- Efficacy of probing in young adult in nasolacrimal duct obstruction, published in December 2010
- A Comparative Result of Recurrent Pterygium Surgery, published in December 2010
- Use of eye drops during the Holy month of Ramdan, published in December 2010