Originally from New Jersey, Dr. Sorrento graduated from St. Joseph’s University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. He received his Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine, where he graduated with honors.
He completed an extensive four-year residency in reconstructive foot and ankle surgery and trauma at the University of Pennsylvania Health System/ Presbyterian Medical Center and Temple University Children’s Hospital both in Philadelphia, PA.
Dr. Sorrento is one of a select few in the Lehigh Valley certified on the Salto Talaris, Inbone Ankle systems, and most recently the STAR
ankle replacement. His training encompasses all aspects of foot and ankle reconstruction, including complex adult and pediatric foot and ankle-acquired and congenital deformities, diabetic limb salvage (Charcot reconstruction), high arch and flatfoot deformities, trauma (ankle and foot fractures) and neuromuscular disorders.
A Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery at Penn State College of Medicine, Dr. Sorrento has published in peer-reviewed journals and co-authored a chapter in a leading textbook in foot and ankle surgery.
Dr. Sorrento is Board Certified in both foot surgery and rearfoot/reconstructive ankle surgery by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery. He is also a Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons.
Dr. Sorrento has enjoyed living in the Lehigh Valley with his wife and two children since 2000. Prior to joining OAA in 2009, he was in private practice for ten years.
Dr. Sorrento welcomes new patients and patients seeking second opinions, including failed and revisional surgery.