Todd M. Orszulak, D.O.Dr. Orszulak is a Niagara Falls native and attended Niagara Wheatfield High School. After high school, he went to Canisius College on an academic scholarship and received a Bachelor’s Degree in biology. After Canisius he went to Kirksville Osteopathic medical school in Kirksville Missouri.

While at Canisius Dr. Orszulak learned the difference between Osteopathic (D.O.) vs. standard Allopathic (M.D.) medicine. Osteopathic medicine is a combination of “hands on” musculoskeletal manipulation as well as standard medicine. He saw this as an opportunity to offer a more Holistic approach to medicine for his patients especially in a primary care setting.

Dr. O finished up his training in medical school with outpatient and medicine rotations in Cleveland. When he graduated medical school he moved back to Buffalo and married his wife Adrienne (also a graduate of Niagara Wheatfield) and set down roots. He finished his residency in Internal Medicine through the University of Buffalo Program at Sisters, Buffalo General, ECMC and the VA.

He was invited to join the Practice of Drs. Laurri and Sirianni in 2000. In 2009 Dr. Orszulak went into private practice at the current location. Along with the addition of Maureen and Dr. Hashmi, the practice is busier than ever.

Hunting, fishing, boating, hiking, reading, book collecting, family time, bike riding, travel, and snowmobiling all fit into the “things Dr. O likes to do” category. Dr. Orszulak and Adrienne have traveled all over, and he has also been on several “Big Game” hunts with his Family out West. Although he does not get a lot of time to enjoy his many hobbies, he loves all of it. He and Adrienne have God in their life, and they find joy in going to church and having fellowship in Christianity.

“I have been truly blessed to be a physician, but we are even more blessed with the wonderful people Adrienne and I have surrounded ourselves with.”

Our Staff. They are dedicated to helping our patients get great service and care, both in our office and out. The health care world is getting more difficult to navigate, and I am truly amazed as to how our team keeps up despite numerous obstacles being put in their path every day.

Our Patients. So many have become friends and family. We look forward to their visits and appreciate their level of trust and commitment that we will meet their medical needs.

“I can honestly say I enjoy coming to work every day, and I thank God for it.”