BAU Physical Therapy Out Patient Clinics (PTOC)

Our Mission

The BAU Physical Therapy laboratory/Outpatient Clinic is dedicated to the education and training of Physical Therapy students through service-learning experiences developed with community partners in order to promote health and wellness of all people within the communities they serve regardless of age, race, gender, or religion. The BAU Physical Therapy laboratory/Outpatient Clinic will strive to provide the highest standards of care, exhibit a futuristic vision, and empower its clients with the knowledge, skills, and capabilities to achieve and maintain optimal health status. The BAU Physical Therapy laboratory/Outpatient Clinic will also strive to provide attractive milieu for research and continuous education for students and community.

Our Vision

To be recognized in Lebanon and the region as an outstanding physical therapy venue where the educational program is applied by qualified Faculty members, staff and students through research, evidence-based practice, problem solving, and professional leadership.


  • The Physical Therapy Outpatient Clinic (PTOC), a patient centered clinic committed to clinical excellence in treating patients and training future physical therapists, sharing same mission, vision, and value of the Physical Therapy department, the Faculty of Health Sciences, as well as Beirut Arab University.
  • The PTOC is where every patient gains the best service and experience, from highly dedicated staff and using advanced physical agents, therapeutic exercises and manual therapy techniques based on high level of evidence and guidelines in a highly equipped clinic. The PTOC contributes to a better healthcare system, to be a model of quality, efficiency in physical therapy students’ clinical training, and in serving population’s health.
  • The PTOC welcomes patients on weekdays upon appointments. During the first appointment, the patient reads and signs a consent form prior to any assessment or treatment. The first appointment includes: history taking and initial examination, documenting the reason for his referral, assessing his impairments, activity limitations and participation restrictions, setting treatment goals and a tailored plan of care, according to the ICF model. Sessions are all documented through the progress notes using SOAP format. At the end of the treatment, a discharge summary is completed and the patient’s file is reserved.
  • Patients are always encouraged to fill the “suggestion form” collected then in the suggestions box that can help or suggest improvements to the PTOC.

Opening Hours

Monday 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Tuesday 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Wednesday 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Thursday 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed


Beirut Arab University - Beirut Campus Faculty of Health Sciences - Physical Therapy Out Patient Clinics
Hariri Building

Make an Appointment

+961 1 300110 Ex: 2738