Dr. Amina El ZEINNI, a licensed physical therapist, established Ayadi Amina in 2013, as physical therapy clinic only.
Developed to be a multi-disciplinary para medical clinic, in early 2017. Worked in M.A.R.S company for two years (2001-2003).
Founder and director of physical therapy departmental Zarif medical center on 2003 and practitioner in that clinic till 2013. Founder, Owner and director of Ayadi Amina Clinic since 2013.
2016: Doctor in physiotherapy at Saint Joseph University, Beirut, LEBANON
2010: University diploma in Chinese medicine (acupuncture, cupping) at Saint Joseph University, Beirut, LEBANON
2008: Master in Manual Therapy and Osteopathy at Saint Joseph University, Beirut, LEBANON -
1997 - 2001: Diploma in Physical Therapy at Saint Joseph University, Beirut, LEBANON -
1982 - 1997: Bacc II ( SC-Ex ) at Saint Joseph School, Beirut, LEBANON
2015: Mc Kenzie credentialing examination
2012-2013: Instructor of osteopathic techniques of dorsal spine and ribs, second year of masters, at Saint Joseph University
2012: Founder of Ayadi Amina Clinic - till now
2011-2012: Instructor of osteopathic techniques of dorsal spine and ribs, second year of masters, at Saint Joseph University
2002 till 2012: physical therapist director and practicing of a private clinic in Zarif Medical Center
2009 and 2010: instructor of "active mobilization" course - department of physiotherapy at the Lebanese university.
2008: for my Master Thesis, I had worked 5 sessions of fascia therapy after the delivery to 19 women who had their first pregnancy
2005: participation in the medical team of Beirut International Marathon 2005
2004: participation in the medical team of Beirut International Marathon 2004
2000 till 2002: physical therapist in a clinic as an employee at M.A.R.S. company, and for private patients
1998 till 2000: summer trainings in two different physiotherapy clinics
1998: first aid session in the red cross association - Spears
For my final project for the university, I've worked on 8 sessions preparation for delivery of 8 women who had their first pregnancy.