Danielle Boucher, L.Ac. is a licensed acupuncturist in California, who was drawn to Chinese Medicine because of its holistic approach and ability to see the interconnectedness of an individual’s symptoms. She is a general practitioner with a special interest in orthopedics and sports medicine, women's health and hormone balance, stress management, and digestive issues. She has advanced training in the diagnosis, assessment and treatment of sports injuries and pain. Danielle partners with Integrative Fertility assisting women undergoing assisted reproductive therapies by providing onsite acupuncture treatments before and after IUI or IVF transfers.  

Danielle has volunteered as an acupuncturist at the Charlotte Maxwell Clinic providing free treatments to women with cancer. She's also been to the Peruvian rainforest twice with Project Buena Vista. Their medical outreach teams provide free acupuncture and herbal medicine to local communities with minimal access to healthcare.

When not practicing acupuncture, Danielle can be found out in nature hiking, practicing yoga, and reading.

Credentials & Clinical Experience:

  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Macalester College

  • Masters in Traditional Chinese Medicine, The American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine

  • Licensed acupuncturist by the State of California

  • Diplomate of Oriental Medicine by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

  • Apprenticeship with Whitfield Reaves, Sports Medicine acupuncturist and author, The Acupuncture Handbook Of Sports Injuries & Pain

  • Integrative Fertility

  • Charlotte Maxwell Clinic

  • City Pulse Acupuncture

  • ACTCM Community Clinic and The Auricular Clinic

  • Zhejiang Chinese Medicine University in Hangzhou, China advanced study program

I’ve seen several acupuncturists over the years, and I have to say that Danielle really knows what she’s doing. She’s wise and intuitive, and gave me herbs for a stress related condition that is already helping my irregular heartbeat and stress levels. Thanks Danielle!
— T.H.