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Title Author Year SCOPUS PUBMED ISI TCI
1. Age-related rehabilitation outcome in stroke patients. Manimmanakorn, N
Arrayawichanon, P
Wattanapun, P
Nuntharuksa, C
Kuptniratsaikul, V
2008
2. Acute effects of traditional Thai massage on electroencephalogram in patients with scapulocostal syndrome. Buttagat, V.
Eungpinichpong, W.
Chatchawan, U.
Arayawichanon, P.
2012
3. The prevalence of dyslipidemia in patients with spinal cord lesion in Thailand. Vichiansiri, R
Saengsuwan, J
Manimmanakorn, N
Patpiya, S
Preeda, A
Samerduen, K
Poosiripinyo, E
2012
4. Therapeutic effects of traditional Thai massage on pain, muscle tension and anxiety in patients with scapulocostal syndrome: a randomized single-blinded pilot study. Buttagat, V.
Eungpinichpong, W.
Chatchawan, U.
Arayawichanon, P.
2012
5. Sacroiliac Joint Mobilization Immediate Improved Clinical Features of Non-Specific Low Back Pain with Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction (ผลทันทีของการขยับเคลื่อนข้อกระเบนเหน็บต่อลักษณะทางคลินิกของผู้ป่วยปวดหลังส่วนล่างแบบไม่เฉพาะเจาะจงซึ่งมีความผิดปกติของข้อกร กุลญาณ์ภาส์ เคนคำภา
ยอดชาย บุญประกอบ
ปรีดา อารยาวิชานนท์
2013
6. The effect of six-weeks of sauna on treatment autonomic nervous system, peak nasal inspiratory flow and lung functions of allergic rhinitis Thai patients Kunbootsri, N
Janyacharoen, T
Arrayawichanon, P
Chainansamit, S
Kanpittaya, J
Auvichayapat, P
Sawanyawisuth, K
2013
7. The Effects of Thoracic Manipulation Versus Mobilization for Chronic Neck Pain: a Randomized Controlled Trial Pilot Study Suvarnnato, T
Puntumetakul, R
Kaber, D
Boucaut, R
Boonphakob, Y
Arayawichanon, P
Chatchawan, U
2013
8. The Effects of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation in Patients with Neuropathic Pain from Spinal Cord Diseases: a Pilot Study Niran Ngernyam
Preeda Arayawichanon
Narong Auvichayapat
Somsak Tiamkao
Jintana Sattayasai
Suparerk Janjarasjitt
Araya Chatthanapanich
Wiyada Punjaruk
Anuwat Amatachaya
Benchaporn Aree-uea
Paradee Auvichayapat
2013
9. Changes of functional ability in patients with spinal cord injury with and without falls during 6 months after discharge. Wannapakhe, J.
Arayawichanon, P.
Saengsuwan, J.
Amatachaya, S.
2014
10. Effects of a visuotemporal cue on walking ability of independent ambulatory subjects with spinal cord injury as compared with healthy subjects Pramodhyakul, N
Amatachaya, P
Sooknuan, T
Arayawichanon, P
Amatachaya, S
2014
11. Medical complications and falls in patients with spinal cord injury during the immediate phase after completing a rehabilitation program. Jirabhorn Wannapakhe
Preeda Arrayawichanon
Jiamjit Saengsuwan
Sugalya Amatachaya
2015
12. Responses of Six-Weeks Aquatic Exercise on the Autonomic Nervous System, Peak Nasal Inspiratory Flow and Lung Functions in Young Adults with Allergic Rhinitis Janyacharoen, T.
Kunbootsri, N.
Arayawichanon, P.
Chainansamit, S.
Sawanyawisuth, K.
2015
13. The effects of transcranial direct current stimulation in patients with neuropathic pain from spinal cord injury. Ngernyam, N.
Jensen, M.P.
Arayawichanon, P.
Auvichayapat, N.
Tiamkao, S.
Punjaruk, W.
Amatachaya, A.
Aree-Uea, B.
Auvichayapat, P.
2015
14. Visuotemporal cues clinically improved walking ability of ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury within 5 days Pramodhyakul, N
Amatachaya, P
Sooknuan, T
Arayawichanon, P
Amatachaya, S
2016
15. Effects of dual- and complex-task on walking ability of ambulatory individuals with spinal cord injury. Kitiyawadee Srisim
Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij
Preeda Arrayawichanon
Pipatana Amatachaya
Lugkana Mato
Sugalya Amatachaya
2017
16. Manual wheelchair longevity and related factors among spinal cord lesion patients Arayawichanon, P.
Manimmanakorn, N.
2017
17. Failures in dual-task obstacle crossing could predict risk of future fall in independent ambulatory individuals with spinal cord injury. Amatachaya, S
Srisim, K
Thaweewannakij, T
Arrayawichanon, P
Amatachaya, P
Mato, L
2018
18. Dual-Task Obstacle Crossing Training Could Immediately Improve Ability to Control a Complex Motor Task and Cognitive Activity in Chronic Ambulatory Individuals With Spinal Cord Injury Amatachaya, S
Srisim, K
Arrayawichanon, P
Thaweewannakij, T
Amatachaya, P
2019
19. Failures in dual-task obstacle crossing could predict risk of future fall in independent ambulatory individuals with spinal cord injury Sugalya Amatachaya
Kitiyawadee Srisim
Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij
Preeda Arrayawichanon
Pipatana Amatachaya
Lugkana Mato
2019
20. The effects of transcranial direct current stimulation on metabolite changes at the thalamus in neuropathic pain after spinal cord injury: A pilot study Auvichayapat, P.
Keeratitanont, K.
Jensen, M.P.
Arayawichanon, P.
Tunkamnerdthai, O.
Auvichayapat, N.
2019
21. Various surfaces challenge gait characteristics of ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury Promkeaw, D
Arrayawichanon, P
Thaweewannakij, T
Mato, L
Amatachaya, P
Amatachaya, S
2019
Count 10 16 13 2

Title Authors Year Publication name Cited count
< 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 รวม
1. Acute effects of traditional Thai massage on electroencephalogram in patients with scapulocostal syndrome Buttagat, V.
Eungpinichpong, W.
Chatchawan, U.
Arayawichanon, P.
2012 Complementary Therapies in Medicine
4 (20), pp. 167-174
2. Therapeutic effects of traditional Thai massage on pain, muscle tension and anxiety in patients with scapulocostal syndrome: A randomized single-blinded pilot study Buttagat, V.
Eungpinichpong, W.
Chatchawan, U.
Arayawichanon, P.
2012 Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies
1 (16), pp. 57-63
3. The effects of thoracic manipulation versus mobilization for chronic neck pain: A randomized controlled trial pilot study Suvarnnato, T.
Puntumetakul, R.
Boucaut, R.
Boonphakob, Y.
Arayawichanon, P.
Chatchawan, U.
2013 Journal of Physical Therapy Science
7 (25), pp. 865-871
4. Changes of functional ability in patients with spinal cord injury with and without falls during 6 months after discharge Wannapakhe, J.
Arayawichanon, P.
Saengsuwan, J.
Amatachaya, S.
2014 Physical Therapy
5 (94), pp. 675-681
5. Effects of a visuotemporal cue on walking ability of independent ambulatory subjects with spinal cord injury as compared with healthy subjects Pramodhyakul, N.
Amatachaya, P.
Arayawichanon, P.
Amatachaya, S.
2014 Spinal Cord
3 (52), pp. 220-224
6. Responses of six-weeks aquatic exercise on the autonomic nervous system, peak nasal inspiratory flow and lung functions in young adults with allergic rhinitis Janyacharoen, T.
Kunbootsri, N.
Arayawichanon, P.
Chainansamit, S.
Sawanyawisuth, K.
2015 Iranian Journal of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology
3 (14), pp. 280-286
7. The effects of transcranial direct current stimulation in patients with neuropathic pain from spinal cord injury Ngernyam, N.
Jensen, M.P.
Arayawichanon, P.
Auvichayapat, N.
Tiamkao, S.
Punjaruk, W.
Amatachaya, A.
Aree-Uea, B.
Auvichayapat, P.
2015 Clinical Neurophysiology
2 (126), pp. 382-390
8. Visuotemporal cues clinically improved walking ability of ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury within 5 days Pramodhyakul, N.
Amatachaya, P.
Arayawichanon, P.
Amatachaya, S.
2016 Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine
4 (39), pp. 405-411
9. Manual wheelchair longevity and related factors among spinal cord lesion patients Arayawichanon, P.
Manimmanakorn, N.
2017 Asia-Pacific Journal of Science and Technology
3 (22), pp.
10. The effects of transcranial direct current stimulation on metabolite changes at the thalamus in neuropathic pain after spinal cord injury: A pilot study Auvichayapat, P.
Keeratitanont, K.
Jensen, M.P.
Arayawichanon, P.
Tunkamnerdthai, O.
Auvichayapat, N.
2019 Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand
1 (102), pp. 71-77

Title Authors Year Journal title
1. Age-related rehabilitation outcome in stroke patients. Manimmanakorn, N
Arrayawichanon, P
Wattanapun, P
Nuntharuksa, C
Kuptniratsaikul, V
2008 Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand = Chotmaihet thangphaet
3 (91), pp. 388-93
2. Therapeutic effects of traditional Thai massage on pain, muscle tension and anxiety in patients with scapulocostal syndrome: a randomized single-blinded pilot study. Buttagat, V
Eungpinichpong, W
Chatchawan, U
Arayawichanon, P
2012 Journal of bodywork and movement therapies
1 (16), pp. 57-63
3. Acute effects of traditional Thai massage on electroencephalogram in patients with scapulocostal syndrome. Buttagat, V
Eungpinichpong, W
Kaber, D
Chatchawan, U
Arayawichanon, P
2012 Complementary therapies in medicine
4 (20), pp. 167-74
4. The prevalence of dyslipidemia in patients with spinal cord lesion in Thailand. Vichiansiri, R
Saengsuwan, J
Manimmanakorn, N
Patpiya, S
Preeda, A
Samerduen, K
Poosiripinyo, E
2012 Cholesterol
(2012), pp. 847462
5. The effects of thoracic manipulation versus mobilization for chronic neck pain: a randomized controlled trial pilot study. Suvarnnato, T
Puntumetakul, R
Kaber, D
Boucaut, R
Boonphakob, Y
Arayawichanon, P
Chatchawan, U
2013 Journal of physical therapy science
7 (25), pp. 865-71
6. The effect of six-weeks of sauna on treatment autonomic nervous system, peak nasal inspiratory flow and lung functions of allergic rhinitis Thai patients. Kunbootsri, N
Janyacharoen, T
Arrayawichanon, P
Chainansamit, S
Kanpittaya, J
Auvichayapat, P
Sawanyawisuth, K
2013 Asian Pacific journal of allergy and immunology / launched by the Allergy and Immunology Society of Thailand
2 (31), pp. 142-7
7. Changes of functional ability in patients with spinal cord injury with and without falls during 6 months after discharge. Wannapakhe, J
Arayawichanon, P
Saengsuwan, J
Amatachaya, S
2014 Physical therapy
5 (94), pp. 675-81
8. Effects of a visuotemporal cue on walking ability of independent ambulatory subjects with spinal cord injury as compared with healthy subjects. Pramodhyakul, N
Amatachaya, P
Sooknuan, T
Arayawichanon, P
Amatachaya, S
2014 Spinal cord
3 (52), pp. 220-4
9. Medical complications and falls in patients with spinal cord injury during the immediate phase after completing a rehabilitation program. Wannapakhe, J
Arrayawichanon, P
Saengsuwan, J
Amatachaya, S
2015 The journal of spinal cord medicine
1 (38), pp. 84-90
10. Responses of Six-Weeks Aquatic Exercise on the Autonomic Nervous System, Peak Nasal Inspiratory Flow and Lung Functions in Young Adults with Allergic Rhinitis. Janyacharoen, T
Kunbootsri, N
Arayawichanon, P
Chainansamit, S
Sawanyawisuth, K
2015 Iranian journal of allergy, asthma, and immunology
3 (14), pp. 280-6
11. The effects of transcranial direct current stimulation in patients with neuropathic pain from spinal cord injury. Ngernyam, N
Jensen, MP
Arayawichanon, P
Auvichayapat, N
Tiamkao, S
Janjarasjitt, S
Punjaruk, W
Amatachaya, A
Aree-uea, B
Auvichayapat, P
2015 Clinical neurophysiology : official journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology
2 (126), pp. 382-90
12. Visuotemporal cues clinically improved walking ability of ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury within 5 days. Pramodhyakul, N
Amatachaya, P
Sooknuan, T
Arayawichanon, P
Amatachaya, S
2016 The journal of spinal cord medicine
(), pp. 1-7
13. Effects of dual- and complex-task on walking ability of ambulatory individuals with spinal cord injury. Srisim, K
Thaweewannakij, T
Arrayawichanon, P
Amatachaya, P
Mato, L
Amatachaya, S
2017 European journal of physical and rehabilitation medicine
6 (53), pp. 920-927
14. Failures in dual-task obstacle crossing could predict risk of future fall in independent ambulatory individuals with spinal cord injury. Amatachaya, S
Srisim, K
Thaweewannakij, T
Arrayawichanon, P
Amatachaya, P
Mato, L
2018 Clinical rehabilitation
(), pp. 269215518788913
15. Dual-Task Obstacle Crossing Training Could Immediately Improve Ability to Control a Complex Motor Task and Cognitive Activity in Chronic Ambulatory Individuals With Spinal Cord Injury. Amatachaya, S
Srisim, K
Arrayawichanon, P
Thaweewannakij, T
Amatachaya, P
2019 Topics in spinal cord injury rehabilitation
3 (25), pp. 260-270
16. Various surfaces challenge gait characteristics of ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury. Promkeaw, D
Arrayawichanon, P
Thaweewannakij, T
Mato, L
Amatachaya, P
Amatachaya, S
2019 Spinal cord
9 (57), pp. 805-813

Title Authors Year Journal title Cited count
< 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 รวม
1. Acute effects of traditional Thai massage on electroencephalogram in patients with scapulocostal syndrome Vitsarut Buttagat
Wichai Eungpinichpong
David Kaber
Uraiwon Chatchawan
Preeda Arayawichanon
2012 COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES IN MEDICINE
4.0 (20.0), pp. 167.0-174.0
21 0 0 0 0 0 21
2. The effect of six-weeks of sauna on treatment autonomic nervous system, peak nasal inspiratory flow and lung functions of allergic rhinitis Thai patients Narupon Kunbootsri
Taweesak Janyacharoen
Preeda Arrayawichanon
Seksun Chainansamit
Jaturat Kanpittaya
Paradee Auvichayapat
Kittisak Sawanyawisuth
2013 ASIAN PACIFIC JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
2.0 (31.0), pp. 142.0-147.0
8 0 0 0 0 0 8
3. The Effects of Thoracic Manipulation Versus Mobilization for Chronic Neck Pain: a Randomized Controlled Trial Pilot Study Thavatchai Suvarnnato
Rungthip Puntumetakul
David Kaber
Rose Boucaut
Yodchai Boonphakob
Preeda Arayawichanon
Uraiwan Chatchawan
2013 JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL THERAPY SCIENCE
7.0 (25.0), pp. 865.0-871.0
25 0 0 0 0 0 25
4. Changes of Functional Ability in Patients With Spinal Cord Injury With and Without Falls During 6 Months After Discharge Jirabhorn Wannapakhe
Preeda Arayawichanon
Jiamjit Saengsuwan
Sugalya Annatachaya
2014 PHYSICAL THERAPY
5.0 (94.0), pp. 675.0-681.0
6 0 0 0 0 0 6
5. Effects of a visuotemporal cue on walking ability of independent ambulatory subjects with spinal cord injury as compared with healthy subjects N. Pramodhyakul
P. Amatachaya
T. Sooknuan
P. Arayawichanon
S. Amatachaya
2014 SPINAL CORD
3.0 (52.0), pp. 220.0-224.0
9 0 0 0 0 0 9
6. Medical complications and falls in patients with spinal cord injury during the immediate phase after completing a rehabilitation program Jirabhorn Wannapakhe
Preeda Arrayawichanon
Jiamjit Saengsuwan
Sugalya Amatachaya
2015 JOURNAL OF SPINAL CORD MEDICINE
1.0 (38.0), pp. 84.0-90.0
20 0 0 0 0 0 20
7. Responses of Six-Weeks Aquatic Exercise on the Autonomic Nervous System, Peak Nasal Inspiratory Flow and Lung Functions in Young Adults with Allergic Rhinitis Taweesak Janyacharoen
Narupon Kunbootsri
Preeda Arayawichanon
Seksun Chainansamit
Kittisak Sawanyawisuth
2015 IRANIAN JOURNAL OF ALLERGY ASTHMA AND IMMUNOLOGY
3.0 (14.0), pp. 280.0-286.0
4 0 0 0 0 0 4
8. The effects of transcranial direct current stimulation in patients with neuropathic pain from spinal cord injury Niran Ngernyam
Mark P. Jensen
Preeda Arayawichanon
Narong Auvichayapat
Somsak Tiamkao
Suparerk Janjarasjitt
Wiyada Punjaruk
Anuwat Amatachaya
Benchaporn Aree-uea
Paradee Auvichayapat
2015 CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
2.0 (126.0), pp. 382.0-390.0
77 4 0 0 0 0 81
9. Visuotemporal cues clinically improved walking ability of ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury within 5 days Noppol Pramodhyakul
Pipatana Amatachaya
Thanat Sooknuan
Preeda Arayawichanon
Sugalya Amatachaya
2016 JOURNAL OF SPINAL CORD MEDICINE
4.0 (39.0), pp. 405.0-411.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
10. Effects of dual- and complex-task on walking ability of ambulatory individuals with spinal cord injury Kitiyawadee Srisim
Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij
Preeda Arrayawichanon
Pipatana Amatachaya
Lugkana Mato
Sugalya Amatachaya
2017 EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL AND REHABILITATION MEDICINE
6.0 (53.0), pp. 920.0-927.0
5 0 0 0 0 0 5
11. Dual-Task Obstacle Crossing Training Could Immediately Improve Ability to Control a Complex Motor Task and Cognitive Activity in Chronic Ambulatory Individuals With Spinal Cord Injury Sugalya Amatachaya
Kitiyawadee Srisim
Preeda Arrayawichanon
Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij
Pipatana Amatachaya
2019 TOPICS IN SPINAL CORD INJURY REHABILITATION
3.0 (25.0), pp. 260.0-270.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
12. Failures in dual-task obstacle crossing could predict risk of future fall in independent ambulatory individuals with spinal cord injury Sugalya Amatachaya
Kitiyawadee Srisim
Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij
Preeda Arrayawichanon
Pipatana Amatachaya
Lugkana Mato
2019 CLINICAL REHABILITATION
1.0 (33.0), pp. 120.0-127.0
2 0 0 0 0 0 2
13. Various surfaces challenge gait characteristics of ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury Donlaya Promkeaw
Preeda Arrayawichanon
Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij
Lugkana Mato
Pipatana Amatachaya
Sugalya Amatachaya
2019 SPINAL CORD
9.0 (57.0), pp. 805.0-813.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Title Authors Year Journal title
1. The Effects of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation in Patients with Neuropathic Pain from Spinal Cord Diseases: a Pilot Study Niran Ngernyam
Preeda Arayawichanon
Narong Auvichayapat
Somsak Tiamkao
Jintana Sattayasai
Suparerk Janjarasjitt
Araya Chatthanapanich
Wiyada Punjaruk
Anuwat Amatachaya
Benchaporn Aree-uea
Paradee Auvichayapat
2013 Srinagarind Medical Journal
(28 No 1), pp. 39-46
2. Sacroiliac Joint Mobilization Immediate Improved Clinical Features of Non-Specific Low Back Pain with Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction (ผลทันทีของการขยับเคลื่อนข้อกระเบนเหน็บต่อลักษณะทางคลินิกของผู้ป่วยปวดหลังส่วนล่างแบบไม่เฉพาะเจาะจงซึ่งมีความผิดปกติของข้อกร กุลญาณ์ภาส์ เคนคำภา
ยอดชาย บุญประกอบ
ปรีดา อารยาวิชานนท์
2013 KKU RESEARCH JOURNAL (GRADUATE STUDIES)
(13 No 2), pp. 71-84

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