Lambert Academic Publishing

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Lambert Academic Publishing

Lambert Academic Publishing is an imprint of OmniScriptum and a publisher of academic theses and scientific works based in the Republic of Moldova.

Annually, more than 5,000,000 theses are written worldwide in the research industry. In addition to this are the numerous research notes, articles, and the many creative concepts of professors, universities and institutions. Your book is supplied to all leading international book distributors in 40 countries. Our dedicated team will support you throughout the whole publishing process. Print to order (PTO) – efficient and foremost environmentally friendly printing.

Relevant Books:
Running shoe design for runners with overpronation of foot
Evidence Based Return-to-Play after Foot and Ankle Injuries
Factors influencing foot and ankle injury risk in soccer
Acupuncture for Heel Pain
Foot orthoses in children with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA)
Noninvasive therapies on symptoms of the calcaneal spur
Biomechanical Investigation of Human Foot Deformation
Club Foot
The specification of personalised footwear for additive manufacturing
Congenital Clubfoot and Treatment Approach: Basics and treatment
Risk factors for amputation in patients with diabetic foot ulcers
Effects of obesity on foot structure and function
Don’t Ignore your Diabetic Foot Ulcer
Risk of Foot Ulcer and its Determinants among Type 2 Diabetic Subjects
Prevention of Diabetic Foot Ulcers
Diabetic Foot Infections
Morton’s Neuroma: Aetiology, Pathogenesis and Management
The effect of first metatarsal osteotomy on the forefoot conditions
Sensory Monofilament Test
History, Current Status and Future Prospective Of Footwear
Foot Pain and variable affecting Foot pain
Diabetic Foot Care – A Public Health Problem
Exploration of Foot-Binding in Chinese Classical Dance
Impact of Functional Foot Orthosis in GRF and Pain in Plantar Fascitis
Bacteriological profile of Diabetic foot infection
Immediate Effect of Talocrural Joint Manipulation on Foot Function
Development of shoe appliance for Diabetic Patient’s Foot Ulcer in case of Ethiopia
Salvaging Diabetic Foot: Cost Effective Methods for Rural Hospitals
Understanding Diabetic Foot
Developing Shoes to Support Sport Performance
Antimicrobials in infected diabetic foot

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ElsevierF. A. Davis Futura Publishing CoHarperCollinsJaypee Brothers
Human KineticsKarger PublishersLambert Academic PublishingLippincott Williams and WilkinsMosby
Open Study GroupOMICS Publishing GroupOxford University PressPhaidon PressSage Publications
SaundersSlack IncorporatedSpaldingSpringerStonebrook Publishing
Taylor & Francis
ThiemeWade's PlaceWileyW. W. Norton & Company

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