Dr. Travisano affectionately referred to as “Dr.T” was born in Long Island, New York. He earned his undergraduate degree in Biological sciences from Stonybrook University. He then moved to Philadelphia, PA to attend medical school at Temple University and completed his residency training at Northport Veterans Affairs Medical Center in New York. His fellowship brought him to Yale Podiatry Group where he began training under Dr.Jeffrey Yale. Dr. Travisano’s affiliations include Griffin Hospital as well as various local nursing facilities.
His academic interests include diabetic foot care, bio mechanics, and pediatric deformities.He is currently a member of the Connecticut Podiatric Medical Association, the American Podiatric Medical Association, and the American Diabetes Association.
Dr.Travisano lives in Trumbull, CT with his wife Ivy, an ESL school teacher along with his daughter Haley and son Brandon. In his spare time, he enjoys attending 80’s rock band concerts with his son and playing hockey and tennis.
I believe in a patient focused approach to treatment, which incorporates a few things;
In order to develop a good relationship and trust with your doctor you should be afforded the time to discuss your concerns. It is essential for me to spend time listening to my patients. Everyone is unique, so by taking that time to listen is an important step in the process of good care. Understanding that every person has differing symptoms, concerns, complex conditions and expectations, that must be taken into consideration before we can proceed to a resolution. Each persons situation and circumstance may vary, and the treatment plan can be adjusted accordingly. Once I have examined my patients I feel it is important to explain and educate about what brought them in. I want you to know what can be done as well as what I think should be done. It is important to not only discuss the condition but what the treatment options or management plan that fits the patients individual needs. Once we have reviewed or plan, its vital that patients are invested in their own care, this leads to better outcomes and satisfaction. I believe that treatment should always start with a simple solution and if necessary work its way up to a more complex treatment. Being proactive to some conditions could be helpful in the future.
Licensed Podiatric Physician
- Diplomate- American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics and Primary Podiatric Medicine
- Diplomate- American Board of Podiatric Medicine
- Diplomate- American Board of Multiple Specialties in Podiatry
- Board Certified in Prevention and Treatment of Diabetic Foot Wounds
- Diplomate- American Professional Wound Care Association
- Fellow- American College of Foot and Ankle Orthopedics and Medicine
- Fellow- American Association of Hospital and Healthcare Podiatrist
Training and Work Experience
- U.S. Naval Hospital, Paris Island South Carolina
- Graduate Hospital Healthcare system, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Elkins Park Hospital, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania
Nursing Care Facility Affiliation
Assisted Living Facility Affiliation
- Crosby Commons, Shelton Connecticut
- Wesley Heights Assisted Living at Wesley Village
- Smithfield Gardens Assisted Living