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James R. Ingram, DO, FAOAO

Board Certified - Orthopaedic Surgery

James R. Ingram, DO, FAOAO

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El Paso Orthopaedic Surgery Group
3100 Lee Trevino Drive
El Paso, TX 79936
Phone: 915-533-7465
Fax: 915-534-1185

El Paso Orthopaedic Surgery Group
1700 Murchison Drive
El Paso, TX 79902
Phone: 915-533-7465
Fax: 915-534-1185

El Paso Orthopaedic Surgery Group
7420 Remcon
Suite A2
El Paso, Texas 79912
Phone: 915-533-7465
Fax: 915-534-1185

Patient Satisfaction Survey

Overall Satisfaction
4.7 out of 5
203 Ratings


  • Medical School: Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, 1985-1989
  • Internship: Tulsa Regional Medical Center, 1989-1990
  • Residency: Chicago College of Ostepathic Medicine, 1990-1994

About Dr. Ingram

Dr. James Ingram, D.O., FAOAO is Board Certfied in Orthopaedic Surgery and has been in practice since 1994. He is a past presdent of the AOAO, a senior board examiner, and a recipient of the Dr. Don Siehl Award for lifetime contributions to the profession of Orthopedics.


  • AOAO
    • American Osteopathic Academy of Orthopedics
    • Past President
  • AOA
    • American Osteopathic Association
  • AAOS
    • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
    • American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons

Special Interests

  • Holistic approch to patient care. Conservative and operative intervention selected to meet the individual patients needs/demands.
  • Hip, Knee, and Shoulder replacement
  • Knee and Shoulder Arthroscopy

Patient Ratings & Comments

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