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Zeinab holds a Master's degree in physiotherapy from McGill University and she is a licensed member of the Ordre professionnel de la physiothérapie du Québec (OPPQ). Through her personalized approach and knowledge of the biomechanics of the human body, Zeinab is specialized in treatment and prevention of orthopedic injuries, as well as sport-specific training.
After completing her master's degree, Zeinab continued on specializing in pelvic floor physiotherapy by completing le microprogramme en rééducation périnéale et pelvienne" at the University of Montreal - the only North American university to offer this program. Her specialization allows her to evaluate and treat patients with pelvic floor related conditions such as urinary incontinence (female and male), pelvic floor, vaginal and vulvar pain disorders, pelvic organ descent, pregnancy and postpartum follow ups, etc.
During her studies, she successfully completed internships in a variety of settings which made her realize her passion and dedication to help her clients improve strength, relieve pain and restore physical function. Her life-long passion for learning has kept her busy with numerous continuing education courses in manual therapy (level I and II completed), McKenzie approach (lumbar, cervical and thoracic spine), mobilisation of the myofascial system (lower quadrant), management of complex pain, overcoming pain with gentle yoga training and extra corporal shockwave therapy.
Furthermore, during her studies, Zeinab was an active member of the research project on chronic low back pain at McGill's Alan Edwards Center for Research on Pain, where she got the opportunity to work with the pioneers of chronic pain researchers and scientists.
Zeinab has covered some important sportive events such as Montreal's Marathon and the Ironman as a physiotherapist.
Outside the clinic, Zeinab enjoys yoga, dancing, and biking. She has a great passion for food and travelling and exploring the world.