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Meet the Team


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Dr. Aristotle Economou

L.Ac.(Az), Dipl. Ac. (IAMA) D.C.



Clinic Advisor



Wellness Coach






Clinic Assistant

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Clinic Advisor 

L.Ac.(Az), Dipl. Ac. (IAMA) D.C.

Author of Change The Way You Heal.

Meet Dr. Aristotle Economou

Author of Change The Way You Heal


Dr. Aristotle's extensive clinical experience also includes his role in a diplomatic medical, chiropractic, and acupuncture study exchange tour throughout medical hospitals in The People’s Republic of China: 

  • Shanghai Long Hua Hospital

  • Shanghai Qigong Institute

  • Shanghai Research Institute of Acupuncture and Meridian

  • Shanghai Medical University

  • Beijing People’s Hospital; Orthopedics Department

  • Hangzhou Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine    

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Dr. Aristotle began his wellness practice over 25 years ago.

He is a Diplomate and Faculty Member of  The International Academy of Medical Acupuncture, which more than 25,000 physicians and assistants have graduated from or taken postgraduate work in Euro/Asian acupuncture & board certified in Chiropractic.


He is also the author of the book Change The Way You Heal: 7 Steps to Highly Effective Healing.

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In 2006, an Autoimmune challenge paralyzed & confined Dr. Aristotle to a wheelchair. Unable to support his head, an extension support was added to prevent his head from falling back. Two springs with brackets were used to support his arms.

Following his miraculous recovery, Dr. Aristotle continues to see patients in the clinic and global telephone consulting..

How Dr. Aristotle Overcame Paralysis In 2006

Nothing takes the place of personal experience. This is why Dr. Aristotle understands the difficulties his patients face when dealing with a personal health challenge.

In 2006, an event occurred that turned his life upside down and put his years of clinical expertise in healthcare to the ultimate test.

Over a few short months, an autoimmune disorder began to eat away the muscles throughout Aristotle’s body. He became paralyzed with only the ability to slightly move his hands at the wrists and blink his eyes.

Aristotle ended up in an intensive care unit (ICU), followed by a 72-day stay in a hospital. He was told he may never walk again. Throughout the year, his healing journey continued while confined to an electric wheelchair and requiring 24/7 around-the-clock care.

With help and determination, Aristotle combined modalities from Functional Medicine, Eastern Medicine and unique techniques in Chiropractic, Laser Acupuncture and Tui Na. This resulted in the ability to rebuild his body, mind and spirit, which was the foundation to his miraculous recovery and ability to walk again.

Professional Background

The RB Personal Guidebook of Los Angeles voted Dr. Aristotle as a leading practitioner of alternative medicine in Beverly Hills. His work has appeared on TV and radio as well as in newspapers and magazines throughout the U.S.

  • Healthy Magazine

  • Alternative Medicine News

  • Physicians News Digest

  • Health Magazine

  • United Paramount Network (UPN)

  • Advance for Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Medicine

  • Los Angeles Technology News

  • Beverly Hills 213

  • Natural Health Magazine

  • E! Television Network

  • CBS Health Watch

  • Psychology Today

  • Arizona Net News

  • Natural Healing News

  • Entrepreneur Podcast Network

  • Natural Solutions Magazine

  • Chispa Magazine

  • Kearney Hub

  • The Press Of Atlantic City

  • Albuquerque Journal

  • Myrtle Beach News

  • Star-Telegram

  • The Fresno Bee

National Recognition


Dr. Aristotle Has Presented Educational Symposiums To Physicians In The Following States:

  • Alabama

  • Arizona

  • Arkansas

  • California

  • Colorado

  • Connecticut

  • Florida

  • Idaho

  • Kentucky

  • Illinois

  • Minnesota

  • Missouri

  • Nevada

  • Tennessee

  • Texas

  • Utah

  • Virginia

  • West Virginia

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