Danielle Cullimore, R.Ac

Registered Acupuncturist

Danielle, Registered Acupucturist (R.Ac.), works side by side with her patients to help them thrive. Her goal is to help reduce physical and emotional pain, so that her patients can live their lives as joyfully as possible. After receiving a transformative set of acupuncture treatments 8 years ago, Danielle experienced the power of acupuncture first-hand in alleviating pain, helping to resolve an injury, and at the same time, assisting in the grieving process. Empowered and inspired by the comprehensiveness of this medicine, she shortly thereafter began her training in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine so that she could be of service to others seeking help with physical, emotional and mental health challenges.

In addition to acupuncture, your treatment may include Tuina massage, guasha and/or cupping, nutritional and lifestyle counsel, depending on what best suits you and your needs. A gentle and intuitive practitioner and an attentive and empathetic listener, Danielle loves introducing people to their first acupuncture and invites her patients to become active participants in healing and balancing process. She is also passionate about Facial Rejuvenation acupuncture, which includes personalized treatments to balance the body, as well as a lifting facial protocol.

As an active member of the CTCMPAO, Danielle provides Registered Acupuncture receipts for insurance plans and for tax purposes.

Danielle works in the following areas:

· Acute injury/pain and chronic pain
· Seasonal colds/allergies
· Headaches
· Digestive issues
· Sleep issues/insomnia
· Stress/overwhelm
· Grief/sadness
· Anxiety
· Focus
· Anger/frustration
· Low motivation
· depression
· Reproductive health (fertility, menstrual issues, sexual health, pregnancy, pre-and post-pregnancy care, post-partum)
· Facial rejuvenation acupuncture

Danielle has pursued additional training in Acupuncture for Sports Injury, Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture, and special treatments for Menstrual Issues. Her training in acupuncture builds upon her post-secondary education, where she earned an MA in the field of Medical Anthropology with special interest in female reproductive health. Outside of the clinic, Danielle strives to spend as much time outdoors as possible and enjoys canoeing, camping, hiking, and exploring with her family and friends. She also likes to adventure into inner space, through meditation, yoga and qi gong.