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Priya Advani
Dr. Priya Advani has her Doctorate in Chinese Medicine with a specialty in Orthopedic and Integrative Medicine. She has been listed as a practitioner in Suzanne Somers' book "Knockout."

Ever since she was a child, she dreamt of helping people. With a turn of events in her life, she ended up attending business school at Northern Illinois University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing.

She spent the next decade working for a major telecommunications company as a Corporate Account Executive. Although she had a successful career, the lack of fulfillment led her to find a deeper meaning in her life. She left the corporate world to take time to rediscover her true purpose.

With encouragement from a friend, she began the Master’s program at Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine in Santa Monica, California. She was editor of Emperor College's newsletter, “Yi Dao" and had the privilege to serve as the President of the student body her final year. She graduated Magna Cum Laude. She also completed her Doctorate from Emperor's College, which was recently ranked as the second best Acupuncture school in the nation.

She currently has an office in Wilmington, CA and is in the process of building a Wellness Center in Los Angeles.

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Entries by Priya Advani

How Random Acts of Kindness Can Benefit Your Health

(13) Comments | Posted June 11, 2013 | 9:09 AM

My daughter and I were on our way back to our apartment when she suddenly slipped on wet concrete in the garage. She would be confined to a wheelchair and crutches for the next several weeks. A week before her fall, I had severely sprained my left shoulder. I wasn't...

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(183) Comments | Posted September 27, 2011 | 8:20 AM

I spent the past month speaking to random people everywhere that I went. I asked all of them the same question, "Do you know what GMO stands for and what it is?" While some people either knew what it was or at least had heard of it, I was surprised...

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Can Lifestyle Changes Reverse Chronic Illness?

(49) Comments | Posted April 10, 2011 | 10:35 AM

At a seminar that I recently spoke at, I asked this question, "How many of you either suffer from or know someone that has some type of chronic illness, whether itʼs Type 2 diabetes, dyslipidemia or hypertension?" Not surprisingly, most of the hands in the room went up.


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