Daniel J. Patterson, D.O., F.A.C.O.S.

A native of East Aurora, New York, Dr. Patterson is a graduate of Canisius
College. In 1999, he received his DO degree from the University of New
England College of Osteopathic Medicine. His postdoctoral surgical training
was completed at the Michigan State University Affiliated Garden City Hospital
in Detroit, Michigan.

There are only two kinds of physicians qualified to be licensed for unlimited
practice of medicine in all 50 states: those holding the MD degree, and those
have earned the D.O. – Doctor of Osteopathy

Osteopathic physicians perform surgery and prescribe medicine across the
nation. Whether they are family doctors or specialists, D.O.’s use all the tools
of modern medicine and more. They help their patients develop attitudes and
lifestyles that don’t just fight illness, but prevent it. They give special attention
to how the body’s nerves, muscles, bones, and organs work together to
influence health. Those extra touches distinguish the D.O.’s whole-person
philosophy of medicine. It’s a century-old tradition of caring for people, not
just treating symptoms.

Dr. Patterson joined STSA in 2004 and Board Certified in 2007. He performs a broad
range of general surgical procedures including minimally invasive laparoscopic
surgery (gallbladder, appendix, ventral hernia, colon, etc.),breast cancer
surgery, and has a special interest in VNUS Closure for varicose veins.

Professional Societies and Committees
• Fellow – American College of Osteopathic Surgeons
• American Osteopathic Association
• NYS Osteopathic Medical Society
• WNY Osteopathic Medical Society
• Buffalo Surgical Society
• Medical Society of the County of Erie
• Medical Society of the State of New York
• Clinical Adjunct Facility – D’Youville College
• Adjunct Professor of Clinical Surgery – Daemen College
• Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery – SUNY at Buffalo