Raymond E. McCarroll, DPM


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Foot and Ankle Surgery
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Lehigh Valley Orthopedic Institute
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Conditions Raymond E. McCarroll Treats

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About Raymond E. McCarroll

Philosophy of care

When I provide foot and ankle care – whether surgical or non-surgical – I also will ensure you have outcome-driven instructions to help you restore function and decrease your pain.

Why I entered medicine

As a young man, I suffered with many foot and ankle injuries. After developing relationships with my doctors, I was inspired to go into medicine and have wanted to do this since high school.

Community involvement

I am extensively involved with recreational tennis and sports programs.

Personal interests

I enjoy tennis, hiking, fishing, fly fishing, hunting as well as photography.


Indiana University of Pennsylvania, BS - Natural Science, 1989

Medical Training
Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine, Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, 1993


Residency 1997
Podiatric Surgery, UPHS-Presbyterian Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA


American Board of Podiatric Surgery - Podiatrist

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