Dr. Graziano can help you get there in comfort.

  • Modern state of the art ambulatory surgery center
  • Specialized lasers for foot surgery
  • Advanced training in treatments
  • Special pick up/drop off services for surgical procedures

The pain of hammertoes, corns, bunions, or injuries can make it hard to walk…stand…or do just about anything. Many area physicians refer their patients to Thomas A. Graziano, DPM, MD, FACFAS, because they know an experienced podiatrist provides the best diagnosis and treatment for painful foot and ankle problems.

Born and raised in Clifton, New Jersey, Dr. Graziano is a board certified podiatric physician and surgeon with years of experience. He was one of the first podiatrists to bring minimally invasive advancements and sophisticated reconstructive techniques to New Jersey residents. His approach is based on a strong commitment to quality, and a genuine concern for each patient’s individual needs.

Worried About Surgery? Don’t Be
Though he specializes in reconstructive foot and ankle surgery, Dr. Graziano always examines non-surgical solutions first. If your problem can be solved with orthotics, therapy, or medication – that’s what he’ll recommend. He combines multiple treatment methods to get you out of pain quickly to ensure that you don’t miss a single step of your busy life.

Rest Assured When Surgery Is Necessary
As a leading foot and ankle surgeon, Dr. Graziano uses the latest minimally invasive procedures for faster, more effective treatments with less discomfort than other methods. He is recognized by his peers for his advancements in foot surgery.

Lasting Solutions For Every Step Of Your Life
Untreated foot problems can often lead to future complications and increased discomfort. A visit to Dr. Graziano will do more than just end your immediate pain – he will do everything possible to make sure your pain does not return. He offers advanced technologies to solve your pain permanently, including custom-designed orthotics for maximum shoe comfort and surgical lasers for minor soft-tissue problems.

Treatment Within Your Reach
No one should ever put off getting the care they need because of cost. Dr. Graziano accepts most insurance plans and also welcomes Visa, MasterCard, and American Express. He is available for all your foot and ankle care needs, and he’ll even take the time to see you on your lunch hour or in the early evening. Call us today and find out if Dr. Graziano can make a difference in your life!

Varicose Veins / Spider Veins
Do you have unsightly varicose veins or spider veins? Spider veins or telangiectasis of the legs are a common problem that particularly affects women. Small purple, blue or red veins can form anywhere on the leg, from the top of the thigh to the ankle. These veins appear as connected lines resembling a sunburst or spider web pattern or as short, unconnected lines.

Varicose veins are larger, sometimes raised veins which are often blue in color. These are not the deep veins connected to the valve system, however, they can become quite painful, producing a burning or throbbing sensation.

Dr. Graziano has special advanced training in the diagnosis and treatment of these vein conditions. He works with a team of specialists to provide comprehensive care of varicose veins and spider veins. Most often these treatments can be performed in an office setting without any hospital stay. Please call his office for a complimentary consultation concerning all your treatment options and for information on the most modern techniques available to you.

Medicare Diabetic Shoe Program
Diabetes is reaching epidemic proportions in the United States. During the past decade, there has been an increase of 33% with the diabetic population currently topping 16 million people. There are many complications associated with diabetes including kidney, heart, vision, circulatory and foot problems. The good news is that many of these potential problems can be minimized as a result of life style changes, medications, and other preventive care.

Amputations, or partial amputations, of the feet and legs, are also growing at an alarming rate. In fact, diabetes is the leading cause of non-traumatic amputations in the United States. Recently a task force was created by officials from Medicare, the American Podiatric Medical Association and the American Diabetes Association in order to explore ways to reduce the number of amputations in the diabetic population. The number of these lower extremity amputations grew by 28% in just the past several years. However, it has been determined that over half of these amputations could have been prevented by timely, conservative foot care.

We are authorized Medicare Suppliers to evaluate, prescribe and dispense high-quality shoes and 3 pairs of removable shoe inserts per the calendar year. Many diabetic patients qualify for this benefit and Medicare will pay 80% of the cost for the shoes and insoles. Your supplemental insurance should pay the other 20%.

From routine checkups to treatments for surgery our staff is equipped to handle all of your podiatric needs. We have provided an extensive list of services to help you understand your options in foot and ankle health. We can help whether your issues are large or small.

Our Services Include


What are Bunions? A bunion—also called Hallux Valgus—is a bump that appears inside the foot, around the metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint

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Custom Orthotics

What Are Orthotics? Custom-made orthotics are medical shoe inserts that support and gently reposition the heel, arch, muscles, ligaments, tendons,

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Diabetic Foot Care

People with diabetes are much more likely to suffer nerve damage, circulation problems, and infections—all problems that directly affect the

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People with normal, fully- developed foot arches have a notable upward curve in the middle of the foot. When arches

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Stress Fracture

[viewmedica id=”7e0c1db8″] What is a Stress Fracture? Stress fractures are tiny cracks that appear in your bones. These injuries are

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What is Tendonitis? Tendons are tough, but flexible bands of fibrous tissue that attach muscles to bone. Tendonitis is a

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Toenail Fungus

Toenail fungus—also called onychomycosis or tinea unguium—is an infection below the surface of the nail caused by contact with different

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