Michelle Veneziano, DO completed her undergraduate studies at the University of California at Berkeley, after which she attended Western University of Health Sciences, becoming board-certified in Family Medicine in 2004. She then went on to specialize in traditional osteopathic medicine, a field in which she has published original research in and in which she teaches as adjunct clinical faculty for both Western University and Touro University colleges of osteopathic medicine.
Dr. Veneziano is a member of the American Osteopathic Association, the American Academy of Osteopathy, the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians, the Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons of California, and the American Academy of Physicians and Surgeons. She is the mother of a healthy 11 year old daughter.
“Before my child was born in 2005, I accessed my physician colleague network in an effort to locate the very best pediatrician I could find. We chose a UCSF trained hospitalist with years of experience whom I determined spent an unusual amount of time reviewing the medical literature. This exceptional physician was concerned about increasing reports of brain and other injuries after vaccination, and she urged me to consult seminal research in the field on my own. As I reviewed the literature I was alarmed by how little of it was evident in medical discussion and practice. It became increasingly apparent that few physicians know the extant research analyzing and reporting on the safety of vaccine ingredients.”
– Dr. Michelle Veneziano