Anthony Graziano is NCCPA board certified physician assistant who supports Dr. McGrath, specializing in upper extremity care. Anthony is a member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery, the American Academy of Physician Assistants, and the Western New York Physician Assistant Association.
Anthony is also an Adjunct Professor of Orthopedics- Daemen College, where he obtained a Masters of Physician Assistant Studies. While attending Daemen, he was a recipient of Daemen College's Physician Assistant Faculty Award, which is given to the top student in academics and leadership. Outside of work, he enjoys golfing, biking, kayaking, and hiking the Niagara Gorge with his wife.
What drew you to become a PA?
Growing up, I always enjoyed solving puzzles and finding solutions to problems. I also became fascinated with the human body and anatomy. Working in medicine is a perfect combination, which provides me the opportunity to immediately make a positive impact on a person’s quality of life and positively impact their physical and mental well-being.
Education and Training
Bachelor of Science in Natural Science, Daemen College, Buffalo, NY
Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies, Daemen College, Buffalo, NY