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Diabetic Foot Care

Reduced sensitivity in their feet means diabetics have to be constantly vigilant. Let Dr. Jeannine George-Richardson, DPM, PC of Catonsville inspect your feet now to establish a foot-care baseline, then follow up with screenings every 10 to 12 weeks. Proper care can help you circumvent problems.

Dr. Jeannine George-Richardson, DPM, PC relates to a variety of patients.

Let Dr. Jeannine George-Richardson, DPM, PC inspect your feet for issues before they become more serious.

Complete Diabetic Foot Care

Let the doctor care for all of your family and keep their feet strong and healthy. We also care for pediatric feet and sports injuries, and perform surgery on the forefoot.


Call 410-869-4147 to schedule

an appointment.

Total Family Podiatry

Wash and dry your feet every day, then give them a good once-over. Check the tops and bottoms of your feet and be on the lookout for cracked or dry skin. When it comes to toenail care, be sure to trim after bathing while the nails are still soft. Always wear comfortable shoes or slippers.

Properly Examine Your Feet Daily

Effectively Monitor Diabetic Foot Problems

  • Ulcers

  • Pain

  • Neuropathic numbness

  • Infection