Salvatore Galluzzo, DPM graduated from New York College of Podiatric Medicine in 1986. His education and past work experiences have helped him evolve into one of the most renowned doctors of podiatric medicine in Albany, NY. He is a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association.
Dr. Galluzzo's experience and kind-hearted nature make patients feel comfortable and at ease. He strives to earn your trust right from the start. He's practiced podiatric medicine for over 29 years, so rest assured you are in the best care.
Dr. Galluzzo is a Delegate of the Northeast Division of NYSPMA. What does this mean to you as a patient? It means that you benefit from having a progressive Podiatrist who not only offers the latest techniques and technologies but who also instrumental in representing your best interests. His active participation in NYSPMA influences decisions regarding research, development and regulations.
"People don't care what you know until they know that you care."
After one visit, it is clear that Dr. Doug Mason is passionate about helping people. "It's all about relationships - building relationships to make people better!" In an age where face-to-face interaction is waning, Dr. Mason enjoys talking to patients and connecting with them. By getting to know patients, Dr. Mason is able to offer a more holistic approach to their treatment, often anticipating a need before it is even articulated.
Dr. Mason has been practicing podiatric medicine for 24 years. A New Jersey native, he began his career in the small town of Freeport, IL where he also served the surrounding communities, including the under-resourced population. He earned his undergraduate degree from Purdue University and attended Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine.
A former runner, triathlete, and springboard diver, Dr. Mason has also coached diving at both high school and collegiate levels for the past 35 years. In his free time, Dr. Mason enjoys cooking and serving as a local youth group leader.