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Welcome to Our Blog

Welcome to the Blog

Whether you are an existing patient or searching for a podiatrist in the Port Chester, NY area, we’re excited you are here. With the podiatric industry advancing, we recognize the importance of keeping our patients and visitors up to date with all of the new and exciting things taking place in our practice.

As we move forward with our blog, we hope to promote good foot health as a vital part of your healthy lifestyle. Here you will find a variety of articles and topics including podiatry news, advancements in podiatric treatments, practical foot and ankle health advice and updates from our practice.

We hope you find our blog to be helpful, engaging and informational to ensure your best foot and ankle health

As always, feel free to contact Denis LeBlang, D.P.M. with any questions or concerns.

-- The Podiatry Team at Accent On Feet

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People often suffer from foot or ankle pain far too long before calling a foot doctor. Although it's true that many mild aches and pains get better on their own, it's important to know when it's time to make a call to your Rockland County, NY, podiatrist,

What's Causing My Heel Pain?

Are you having trouble figuring out why your heel hurts? Here at the Rockland County, NY, office of your podiatrist, Dr. Denis LeBlang, we can diagnose your heel condition and offer treatments that make walking much more comfortable.

Common Sports Injuries and How We Can Help

You don’t really realize just how important your feet and ankles are until you experience an injury that puts you on the bench. Every jump, twist, turn and bend is all thanks in big part to your feet and ankles.

Are You Dealing With Heel Pain?

Heel pain makes every aspect of your life more difficult, for this chronic discomfort can make, exercising, walking, and even standing so painful that won't want to move from your couch.

When Is Bunion Surgery Needed?

A bunion is an enlargement of the tissue or bone around a joint at the base of the little toe or the big toe. Most bunions form in women, primarily because women are more likely to wear tight, confining shoes. Bunions may result from arthritis.

Athletes Foot

Athlete's foot is one of the most common fungal infections of the skin and is frequently seen in our office. Whether you've had it or not, it's important to understand how you can avoid and treat this highly contagious infection if you do contract it.