Dr. Graff is a board-certified podiatric surgeon by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery and a Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons as well as a Certified Wound Care specialist. He is a highly skilled podiatrist and well-respected leader in limb salvage using his aggressive, unrelenting approach to wound management.
Dr. Graff earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at Texas Tech University. During his time in Lubbock, he worked as a clinical manager at the Southwest Regional Wound Care center launching his passion for advanced wound care and limb salvage. He went on to complete his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine at Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine graduating Salutatorian, was chief resident, and a member of the Pi Delta Honor Society.
Dr. Graff grew up in Ennis, Texas where he spent his time playing baseball, golfing, hunting, and fishing. He learned his virtue of character and diligent work ethics from his parents who were business owners in the Ennis area.
The Graff family resides in Plano where he coaches his son’s baseball team, attends daddy/daughter functions, and is actively involved in the church. Dr. Graff feels his greatest contribution is in the time he and his wife spend together instilling moral values and character in the hearts of their children.
|Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine, Miami Shores, FL.
Doctor of Podiatric Medicine Salutatorian GPA: 3.94
Pi Delta Honor Society
|Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas. Bachelor of Science in Biology||May 2000|
|Texas Podiatric Medical License||2008-Present|
|Board Certified Wound Care Specialist||2008-Present|
|Board Certified in Foot Surgery||2015-Current|
|American Podiatric Medical Association||2002-Present|
|Texas Podiatric Medical Association||2002-Present|
|American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons||2008-Present|
|American Academy of Podiatric Practice Management||2008-Present|
|Save A Leg Save A Life Foundation, Dallas Chapter, Co-Founder||2011-Present|
|American Diabetes Association||2011-Present|
|Fellow American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons||2016-Current|
|Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Plano||Present|
|Craig Ranch Surgery Center||Present|
|Medical City of Frisco||Present|
|Select Hospital of Plano||Present|
|Board Certified in Foot Surgery||2015-Current|
|Board Certified Wound Care Specialist||2008-Current|
|Hyperbaric Oxygen Certified||2015-Current|
|Certified in Administration and Monitoring Nitrous Oxide||2015-Current|
|Basic Life Support Certification||Current|
|Advanced Cardiac Life Support||Current|
|Pediatric Advanced Life Support||Current|
|AO Basic Orthopedic Course||Current|
|AO Advanced Orthopedic Course||Current|
|Stryker External Fixator Course||Current|
|Stryker Intramedullary Nail Course||Current|
|Owner/CEO Graff: Foot/Ankle & Wound Care||2009-Current|
|Southwest Regional Wound Care Center, Clinical Director, Medical Assistant, NCV Technician Lubbock, TX||1998-2002|
|Curative Wound Care Center, Medical Assistant to Dr. Randall Wolcott||1998-2000|
|Westside Regional Hospital, Resident||2006-2009|
|Center for Foot Surgery, Resident||2006-2009|
|Veritas Home Health, Medical Director of Wound Care||2010-2014|
|Texas Center for Foot and Ankle Surgery, Owner||2008-present|
|Reliant Home Health, Medical Director of Wound Care||2010-present|
|Yucatan Disabled Children Project||2008|
|Save-A-Limb Save-A-Life, Dallas chapter founding member||2011|
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I’ve suffered with DVT for many years and have seen many doctors with little or no help. A year ago, my leg was so bad that I was told I might lose it. I went to Dr. Kyprios. After a few visits he had it under control. He saved my leg. My only regret is that I didn’t go to him in the first place. Not only is he highly skilled, he is very personable and caring. I can’t thank him enough. And his people are great too. If you’re in need of wound care, he’s the Doctor to see.
My family doctor referred me to Dr. Graff, a wound care specialist, to treat a serious trauma injury to my leg received in a freak accident. Dr. Graff has been treating me since the accident and I am delighted with his handling of my injury. The healing of the leg wound is progressing at a rapid rate due to his medical expertise. He is a pleasant, patient, greatly skilled and articulate practitioner who is punctual, organized and has a highly capable support staff. I am glad to have met him and can unequivocally recommend Dr. Graff for wound care.
I received a recommendation from a friend to seek out Dr. Graff’s help for my ankle. Not only was his facility and team of medical personnel professional, but they also truly listened to my concerns with patience. Customer service and placing the patient’s needs as a priority is essential to recovery. I’m grateful this facility values that as well.
June 17, 2022
By Dr Graff
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