Dr. Brinkley lives in Bucks County with her family of four. She is a full-time mom, a dedicated reader, an ambitious violinist, and a determined doctor with a holistic approach to life. Being a coveted fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, an active APMA and PPMA member, as well as board certified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery, she continues to bring hope to her patients today.

A Journey Driven by Passion, Skill and Determination

After graduating from La Salle University with a cum laude in Biology, Jeanine Brinkley pursued higher education at Temple University’s College of Podiatric Medicine and assumed the position of the Anatomical Honor society’s Vice President. She also received various accolades and later went on to get her Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine in 2007.

Moving forward, she completed her residency at Aria Health as the chief resident after receiving extensive training in foot and ankle reconstructive surgery. Due to her exceptional performance and hard work, she was appointed as the resident of the year. To top it off, her experience also features a long list of training courses in the principles of:

  • AO/ASIF fixation
  • Intramedullary nailing techniques
  • External fixation techniques
  • Advanced dissection technique

Dr. Brinkley’s Successes Are an Ode to True Commitment

For a decade, Dr. Brinkley was an attending surgeon at the Jefferson Health System in Philadelphia. This was followed by her appointment as the Assistant Residency Director of the Aria-Jefferson surgical residency program. She is a recognized fellow of the The Academy of Physicians in Wound Healing, a certified Physician In Wound Care who has helped various patients with diabetic limb salvage, education, and reconstruction. Safe to say, Dr. Brinkley’s experience has fully equipped her as a highly sought-after doctor with laudable expertise in podiatric surgery and medicine. Her gentle approach to patient care is the reason why she’s preferred by a long list of people with foot-related ailments.