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The Power of Walking | Accent Podiatry Associates

Walking Might be the Best Exercise for You—at Any Age
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Back Row: Dharmesh Bhakta, DPM, FACFAS | Shae
Paschal, DPM, FACFAS<br> Front Row: Steve Silvey, LPT, CWC | Jacob
Jasper, DPM, FACFAS | Parth Bhakta, DPM, FACFAS

By
Meredith
Knight 
| 
Photo by
Landon Day, Daydream
Photography


If you’re like the average person,
you’re taking between 8,000 and 10,000 steps a day. In your lifetime, that
will add up to around 115,000 miles or the equivalent of circling the globe
more than four times. Each day as you take those steps, your feet experience
forces totaling hundreds of tons—the equivalent, in fact, of a fully-loaded
cement truck. That force and all those steps are evidenced by the fact that
your feet are slightly larger at the end of each day than they were at the
beginning.

As we walk our thousands of steps and
experience those tons of force, few of us give our feet much thought apart
from maybe shopping for some sassy, new shoes or selecting a jaunty nail
polish. But what happens when your feet begin to hurt or—heaven forbid—you
injure them in an accident. What happens when the years begin to announce
themselves in new aches and pains and maybe even a misshapen look or when
repetitive use or a degenerative issue begin to affect our feet and
ankles?

That’s when you need an experienced and
dedicated podiatrist in your corner, a podiatrists like the ones at Accent
Podiatry in Mansfield and Arlington. Thousands of your Tarrant County
neighbors—of all ages—have depended on them to keep their feet and ankles
moving and healthy.

Addressing
the Cause of the Problem

Drs. Dharmesh Bhakta, Parth Bhakta, Steve
Silvey, Shae Paschal, and Jacob Jasper spend their days looking for and
treating the root cause of issues ranging from sports injuries to Achilles
tendonitis, from Plantar Fasciitis to diabetic foot issues—not merely masking
symptom but assessing and addressing the root cause of the pain or
dysfunction. They’ve dedicated their careers to understanding the intricate
working of the human foot and ankle complex (all 26 bones, 33 joints and over
100 muscles, tendons, and ligaments). They take time to listen to each
patient’s concerns and make them feel like they’re the only patient they’ll
see that day. 
The Accent Podiatry doctors place an emphasis on patient
education and empowerment, taking their time to explain each condition and
recommended treatment and offering advice on how to avoid injury or
deterioration in the future.

All Under
One Roof

The doctors at Accent Podiatry Associates
want you to know daily pain isn’t just a symptom of aging. That’s why they
provide diagnosis and care for everything from simple fungal nails to complex
foot surgery making them a one-stop-shop for all your foot and ankle needs.
They take time to outline all treatment options to their patients then
partner with them to pursue the least invasive options first. Though they are
experienced and gifted surgeons, they never recommend surgery, until all
conservative treatment options have been explored.

Convenient
and Accessible

The doctors and staff of Accent Podiatry
Associates understand your life is hectic. That’s why they’re committed to
making their practice and care as convenient and accessible as possible,
always respecting appointment times, and making themselves available, when
their patients need them. Their website at AccentPodiatry.com offers
educational information on common issues such as diabetic foot problems, heel
spurs, ingrown toenails, Plantar Fasciitis, and more.

Highly
Personalized Care

You’re an individual at Accent Podiatry.
Patients praise the Accent Podiatry team and how warm and friendly they are.
Accent Podiatry offices are fun places to visit, with doctors and staff who
joke and laugh and remember your name. It’s easy to have that attitude when
you love what you do. It’s no wonder so many of their patients were referred
by other patients and doctors.

Foot and ankle pain isn’t just a sign of
aging. Let the professionals at Accent Podiatry Associates help you find the
root cause of your foot/ankle problems and regain your active, pain-free live
again. They accept most insurance plans and always welcome new patients. Find
out more and meet the team at AccentPodiatry.com.

Did you
know?

The longest
solo walk on record was undertaken by Canadian small-business owner, Jean
Béliveau, who walked 46,600 miles from August 2000 to October 2011 to raise
world awareness of children living in violence. He walked 348 miles a month
wearing out 49 pairs of shoes and walking through 64
countries.

Accent
Podiatry Associates provides excellence in care in the areas
of:

  • Foot and
    Ankle Pain
  • Bunions
  • Heel
    Pain
  • Plantar
    Fasciitis
  • Sports
    Injury
  • Ingrown
    Toenail
  • Diabetic
    Wound Care
  • Flat
    Feet
  • Neuromas
  • Children’s
    Foot Care
  • Hammertoes
  • Achilles
    Tendonitis

CONTACT:

Arlington
Office

3050 South Center Street

Suite 140

Arlington, Texas 76014

(817)
557-1006

Mansfield
Office

221 Regency Parkway

Suite 117

Mansfield, Texas 76063

(817)
477-3611

AccentPodiatry.com


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