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Foot & Ankle Specialist


Title Abbreviation
Foot Ankle Spec
ISSN
1938-6400
Electronic ISSN
1938-7636
Readership
Bone Specialists, Dermatologists, Diabetologists, Infectious Disease Specialists, Neurologists, Nurse Practitioners, Orthopedic Surgeons, Orthopedists, Physiatrists, Physicians, Podiatrists, Rehabilitation Therapists, Rheumatologists, Sports Medicine Specialists, Surgeons
Scope
Foot & Ankle Specialist (FAS) is a bimonthly journal offering peer-reviewed clinical information for foot and ankle caregivers. Written and edited by podiatrists and orthopaedic surgeons, FAS offers the latest techniques and advancements in foot and ankle treatment through research reports and reviews, technical perspectives, case studies, and other evidence-based articles. FAS enables practitioners to address a broad range of disorders and provide their patients with the best current diagnosis and therapy. The content is divided into four sections: Practice, Research, Business, and Equipment.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
SAGE Publications - US
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