Dr. Amany Sabbagh is a Lebanese medical professional specialized in anti-aging medicine. She is currently an attending aesthetic physician at NuYu MediSpa in Beirut where she treats clients of all ages. She earned her Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from the Beirut Arab University and attended elective courses at several notable institutions including the Departments of Dermatology at the American University of Beirut Medical Center (AUBMC), the University of Balamand, and Concord Hospital in Sydney, Australia. She completed a prestigious fellowship in Aesthetic and Anti-Aging Medicine with The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M). She continues to attend and participate in international conferences and master courses to stay on top of her field.
At NuYu MediSpa, Dr. Sabbagh sees patients with a variety of cosmetic, anti-aging, and beauty concerns. Each case is a unique story and Dr. Sabbagh is dedicated to giving the most successful treatment plans that are best suited to her clients' needs. Dr. Sabbagh's expertise includes non-surgical antiaging procedures using different modalities through a combined treatment of injectables and energy-based devices.
Outside of the clinic, Dr. Sabbagh inspires and informs a huge number followers on Instagram and Facebook. Social media is a critical part of Dr. Sabbagh's practice, allowing her to educate and reach out to anyone who is unable to come to the clinic. Her content is focused on science-based beauty tips, ways to build self-confidence, and advice for overall wellness. She also creates a sense of community by celebrating holidays and important milestones alongside her followers.
Outside of her professional achievements, Dr. Sabbagh is an active volunteer. For the past nine years, she has worked to promote wellness in her community. Primarily, she has been a volunteer with foodblessed, an organization committed to hunger relief and reducing food waste in Lebanon. She often engages in charity events and bake sales to raise money and support the cause. Dr. Sabbagh is also a Mentor for the Nawaya Network, a group that supports disadvantaged youth and works to improve their livelihoods through entrepreneurship and employability programs. She has contributed positively to the lives of many young people, including Nawaya's very first participant, Nadeen Ghosn, who went on to pursue fashion design at university.
Her educational and professional journey would not have been possible without the inspiration of her father, who was a role model and support system for Dr. Sabbagh and her five siblings. As a medical representative, he was involved in his community and often helped sick residents to arrange consultations with doctors. Dr. Sabbagh attributes much of her early success to his guidance and inspirational example.