I am passionate about treating individuals as they are, in their own uniqueness and entirety because there is no cookie-cutter mold that will bring health to all, since each and every person is different; I believe we need to approach healing in the same way, allowing the specifics and individuality of that person to guide and determine our treatment. Only then can we achieve balance and, consequently, health.– Danielle
Danielle Cozetto, L.Ac #946
Danielle Corzetto is a nationally certified (NCCAOM) and licensed acupuncturist in the state of North Carolina. She was previously licensed in Florida. She is passionate about helping people heal and is honored to play a part in the healing journey of others.
While earning her Bachelor’s Degree at Flagler College in Saint Augustine, FL., Danielle grew fascinated with indigenous cultures, history and medicines. Her continued studies in religion nourished her desire to grow spiritually and while studying Eastern philosophies, particularly Daoism, she was catapulted into a spiritual perspective that she profoundly connected with. As her love and knowledge of Daoism continued to grow, so did her fascination with the intricate connection between the predominant philosophy of the time and its influence in the medical practices of ancient China. Feeling pushed to learn more about the medicine that was born from the Daoist philosophy that she so deeply connected with, Danielle was led to pursue a career in Chinese Medicine.
A series of fortuitous events would then lead Danielle to a tiny, close-knit school nestled in the Appalachian Mountains called Jung Tao School of Classical Chinese Medicine. At Jung Tao, Danielle spent 4 years studying acupuncture exclusively, under gifted and devoted acupuncturists who received their education in the same tradition. Founded by Dr. Sean Marshall in 1997, Jung Tao is a vital resource to the local community where people of all ages and ailments seek refuge and healing. The school itself is devoted to presenting and teaching Classical Chinese Medicine as authentically and intact as possible, while remaining true to the Daoist principles that underlie the entire science.
Danielle fosters her connection to Classical Chinese Medicine through her own daily practice of Daoism, Taiqi, meditation and careful observation and reverence for nature. Through the process of witnessing countless people heal, Danielle still stands in awe of the powerful, yet gentle healing capacity of this ancient medicine. She is truly honored and humbled to play a part in your journey toward deep personal health, wellbeing and enlightenment.
While Danielle is passionate about treating individuals in their own uniqueness and entirety, she is particularly drawn to treating issues such as chronic pain, headaches and migraines, anxiety, and fertility.
Danielle enthusiastically joins the Acu-Na Wellness family, with its experienced and compassionate team devoted to the health and wellbeing of the WNC community.
Diplomate of Oriental Medicine
A Diplomate of Oriental Medicine is Nationally Certified in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology from NCCAOM, the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. NCCAOM is the only national organization that validates competency in the practice of acupuncture and Oriental medicine (AOM) through professional certification. All NCCAOM certification programs are currently accredited by the National Commission for Certification Agencies (NCCA).
A licensed acupuncturist has met all the qualifications of the North Carolina Acupuncture Licensing Board. The purpose of the NCALB is to promote the health, safety and welfare of the North Carolina public through the licensure and regulation of acupuncturists. The Board reviews all applications and ensures the credentials of all licensed acupuncturists meet a high standard and that only qualified individuals are permitted to practice in North Carolina.