Dr. Dina Barakat

Founder of the Clinic

Founder of the Clinic, Dina Barakat is a Doctor in Physical therapy. She is a certified Osteopath and a specialist in lymphedema therapy and breast cancer rehabilitation. She graduated from the University of Saint Joseph (Beirut) with a Bachelor degree in Physical therapy in 2005 and had her master degree in manual therapy and osteopathy in 2008. She then received her lymphedema therapy certification in 2012 from Klose training (USA) and completed her Osteopathy Diploma in 2014. She became interested in breast cancer rehabilitation in 2015 and received the degree of Doctor in Physical Therapy in 2016. She has also received in 2019 her master degree in Public health -Politics and health management- from the University of Saint Joseph (Beirut). Last but not least, she is certified in perineal rehabilitation. 

With extended experience in rehabilitation and wellness in KSA and Lebanon, Dina Barakat manages the clinic in Beirut and gives osteopathic consultations for VIP patients in KSA. She continuously follows medical conferences and courses in order to improve her knowledge and practice.

Layal Barakat

Senior Physical Therapist - Acupuncturist

Ms. Barakat holds a bachelor degree in physical therapy from Saint Joseph University in Beirut. She also holds a university diploma in Acupuncture and has completed her trainings in China. She has the advantage of combining physical therapy and chinese alternative medicine to provide the best treatment approach to patients.

Rachelle Daoud

Senior physical therapist

Ms. Daoud holds a bachelor degree in Physical Therapy, has received in April 2017 her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Saint Joseph and has received in 2019 her master degree in public health (Environement and health). She had trainings in several rehabilitation fields. 

Ms. Daoud currently consults in the clinic in addition to her public health practice.

Cynthia Touma

Physical Therapist

Ms. Touma holds a bachelor degree in Physical therapy from the University of Saint Joseph. She joined the clinic team in September 2016 and is currently covering the home visit services for patients unable to attend the clinic.