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Dr. Habib Khan, MD is meritoriously selected as a 2020 “Patient Preferred Neurologist of the Year”

Casa Grande, AZ - Press Release

Dr. Habib Khan, MD, Medical Director at the Arizona Institute of Neurology & Polysomnography is
meritoriously named a “Patient Preferred Neurologist of the Year” by the Patient Preferred Physicians &
Practitioners Network for his achievements in Neurology and for achieving excellence in patient care.

With three decades in his field, Dr. Khan is a sought-after physician treating patients at the Arizona
Institute of Neurology & Polysomnography in Casa Grande, AZ. His practice has also been selected for
the 2020 Best of Casa Grande Award in the Doctor category by the Casa Grande Award Program.
Along with his team of highly-skilled health care professionals, Dr. Khan has been rated five-stars by
patients who praise his compassion, knowledge and care.

 “He is very thorough and knowledgeable. Yet, despite his obvious wealth of knowledge and experience,
he is very humble,” read a patient review. “His calm, mild manner allows for a comfortable, no-stress
experience. Every appointment he has encouraged self-care and truly listens to discern the underlying
nature of the issue.”

Dr. Khan’s patient philosophy includes providing each patient with the one-on-one time and attention they
deserve for the best outcome, and quality of life changes. He has been listed among Arizona’s top
doctors and is a well-respected board certified neurologist and fellowship-trained sleep specialist.
Patients seeking the best in neurological care come to Dr. Khan for his expertise in chronic headaches,
peripheral neuropathy, epilepsy and seizures, dementia, and neuromuscular disorders such as
myasthenia gravis. He also specializes in sleep apnea, insomnia, chronic pain issues, vertigo and other
balance problems and is highly skilled at treating a wide variety of debilitating neurological conditions and
sleep issues.

With passion, and a driven focus on patient care, Dr. Khan’s medical journey began with a Medical
Degree from Dow Medical College in 1989. He then completed his residency program in neurology and
internal medicine at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in Newark, and his fellowship
in sleep medicine at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Dr. Khan is also a diplomate of the
American Board of Hospital Physicians and American College of Ethical Physicians.

To keep abreast of the latest developments in his field, Dr. Khan holds professional memberships with the
American College of Physicians, American Medical Association, American Academy of Sleep Medicine,
American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine, American Academy of Balance
Medicine, and the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine.  

“Dr. Kahn displays great compassion and truly takes the time required to fully understand his patients’
medical issues and devise an appropriate treatment plan,” read a patient review. “I feel that he is the best
at what he does and I would highly recommend him to others.”

To make an appointment with Patient Preferred Neurologist of the Year, Dr. Habib Khan, MD please
visit or call the office of Dr. Khan at [520] 423-2046.

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