Scleroderma - Diagnosis & Treatment Options
Mary Margaret (Molly) O'Neil, MD
"Patient Education Forum"
Daemen College, Buffalo, NY
August 19, 2017
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About Dr. O'Neil:
Dr. Mary Margaret (Molly) O’Neil is a native of western New York and has practiced rheumatology in the Buffalo area
for 17 years. She is a graduate of the St. Louis University School of Medicine, she completed a residency in internal
medicine through the State University at New York (SUNY) Buffalo program at Millard Fillmore Gates Hospital and she
also completed her final fellowship in rheumatology at the Cleveland Clinic.
Over the years of her practice, Dr. O’Neil has developed a keen interest in alternative medicine and is a leading
advocate for whole-person wellness as a treatment option for rheumatology patients. She is not only board certified in
rheumatology, but she is also a certified acupuncturist.
Specializing in both traditional and whole-person treatment methods, Dr. O’Neil focuses on overall wellness and
improved quality of life for her patients. While medications and traditional treatments are absolutely appropriate
in many cases, she is the only rheumatologist in western New York that is licensed in acupuncture and offers diet
management and massage as additional treatment options.