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 Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij

Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij

School of Physical Therapy,
Faculty of Associated Medical Sciences,
Khon Kaen University
55873574500: H-INDEX 6

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1. Walking devices used by the elderly living in rural areas of Thailand. Patcharawan, S
Thaweewannakij, T
Kaewsanmung, S
Kaewjoho, C
Saengsuwan, J
Amatachaya, S
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2. Reference Values of Physical Performance in Thai Elderly People Who Are Functioning Well and Dwelling in the Community Thaweewannakij, T
Wilaichit, S
Chuchot, R
Yuenyong, Y
Saengsuwan, J
Siritaratiwat, W
Amatachaya, S
2013
3. Functional ability and health status of community-dwelling late age elderly with and without history of multiple falls T. Thaweewannakij
S. Amatachaya
J. Saengsuwan
W. Siritaratiwat
2014
4. Walking devices used by community-dwelling elderly: Proportion, types, and associated factors Patcharawan Suwannarat
Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij
Supapon Kaewsanmung
Lugkana Mato
Sugalya Amatachaya
2015
5. Walking Devices Used by the Elderly Living in Rural Areas of Thailand Suwannarat, P.
Thaweewannakij, T.
Kaewsanmung, S.
Kaewjoho, C.
Saengsuwan, J.
Amatachaya, S.
2015
6. Functional ability and health status of community-dwelling late age elderly people with and without a history of falls Thaweewannakij, T.
Suwannarat, P.
Mato, L.
Amatachaya, S.
2016
7. Validity and reliability of a thoracic kyphotic assessment tool measuring distance of the seventh cervical vertebra from the wall Amatachaya, P.
Thaweewannakij, T.
Laophosri, M.
Amatachaya, S.
2016
8. Do ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury walk symmetrically? Kumprou, M
Amatachaya, P
Sooknuan, T
Thaweewannakij, T
Mato, L
Amatachaya, S
2017
9. 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
10. Importance of independent sit-to-stand ability in ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury Khuna, L
Amatachaya, P
Sooknuan, T
Thaweewannakij, T
Mato, L
Seangsuwan, J
Amatachaya, S
2017
11. Is walking symmetry important for ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury? Kumprou, M
Amatachaya, P
Sooknuan, T
Thaweewannakij, T
Amatachaya, S
2017
12. Soft surfaces provide different effects on walking characteristics spatiotemporal gait modification of ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury who walked with or without a device D. Promkeaw
S. Amatachaya
T. Thaweewannakij
L. Mato
P. Arrayawichanon
P. Amatachaya
2017
13. 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
14. Hyperkyphotic measures using distance from the wall: validity, reliability, and distance from the wall to indicate the risk for thoracic hyperkyphosis and vertebral fracture Patcharawan Suwannarat
Pipatana Amatachaya
Thanat Sooknuan
Patiphan Tochaeng
Kanjana Kramkrathok
Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij
Nuttaset Manimmanakorn
Sugalya Amatachaya
2018
15. Is the occiput-wall distance valid and reliable to determine the presence of thoracic hyperkyphosis? Arpassanan Wiyanad
Pakwipa Chokphukiao
Patcharawan Suwannarat
Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij
Pattra Wattanapan
Chitanongk Gaogasigam
Pipatana Amatachaya
Sugalya Amatachaya
2018
16. Is walking symmetry important for ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury? Amatachaya, P.
Thaweewannakij, T.
Amatachaya, S.
2018
17. 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
18. 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
19. Increased lower limb loading during sit-to-stand is important for the potential for walking progression in ambulatory individuals with spinal cord injury Khuna, L
Mato, L
Amatachaya, P
Thaweewannakij, T
Amatachaya, S
2019
20. Influence of timing protocols and distance covered on the outcomes of the 10-meter walk test. Amatachaya, S.
Amatachaya, P.
Saensook, W.
Thaweewannakij, T.
Hunsawong, T.
2019
21. The use of functional performance tests by primary health-care providers to determine walking ability with and without awalking device in community-dwelling elderly. Suwannarat, P.
Kaewsanmung, S.
Thaweewannakij, T.
Amatachaya, S.
2019
22. 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
23. Five times sit-to-stand test for ambulatory individuals with spinal cord injury: a psychometric study on the effects of arm placements. Thaweewannakij, T.
Wattanapan, P.
Amatachaya, P.
Amatachaya, S.
2020
24. Thai dance exercises benefited functional mobility and fall rates among community-dwelling older individuals Kaewjoho, C.
Mato, L.
Thaweewannakij, T.
Nakmareong, S.
Amatachaya, S.
2020
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Title Authors Year Publication name Cited count
< 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Total
1. Reference values of physical performance in Thai elderly people who are functioning well and dwelling in the community Thaweewannakij, T.
Wilaichit, S.
Chuchot, R.
Yuenyong, Y.
Saengsuwan, J.
Siritaratiwat, W.
Amatachaya, S.
2013 Physical Therapy
10 (93), pp. 1312-1320
2. Walking devices used by community-dwelling elderly: Proportion, types, and associated factors Suwannarat, P.
Thaweewannakij, T.
Kaewsanmung, S.
Mato, L.
Amatachaya, S.
2015 Hong Kong Physiotherapy Journal
1 (33), pp. 34-41
3. Walking devices used by the elderly living in rural areas of thailand Suwannarat, P.
Thaweewannakij, T.
Kaewsanmung, S.
Kaewjoho, C.
Saengsuwan, J.
Amatachaya, S.
2015 Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences
2 (22), pp. 48-54
4. Functional ability and health status of community-dwelling late age elderly people with and without a history of falls Thaweewannakij, T.
Suwannarat, P.
Mato, L.
Amatachaya, S.
2016 Hong Kong Physiotherapy Journal
(34), pp. 1-9
5. Validity and reliability of a thoracic kyphotic assessment tool measuring distance of the seventh cervical vertebra from the wall Amatachaya, P.
Thaweewannakij, T.
Laophosri, M.
Amatachaya, S.
2016 Hong Kong Physiotherapy Journal
(35), pp. 30-36
6. Do ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury walk symmetrically? Amatachaya, P.
Thaweewannakij, T.
Mato, L.
Amatachaya, S.
2017 Spinal Cord
2 (55), pp. 204-207
7. 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
8. Importance of independent sit-to-stand ability in ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury Amatachaya, P.
Thaweewannakij, T.
Mato, L.
Amatachaya, S.
2017 European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine
4 (53), pp. 521-526
9. Hyperkyphotic measures using distance from the wall: validity, reliability, and distance from the wall to indicate the risk for thoracic hyperkyphosis and vertebral fracture Suwannarat, P.
Amatachaya, P.
Thaweewannakij, T.
Manimmanakorn, N.
Amatachaya, S.
2018 Archives of Osteoporosis
1 (13), pp.
10. Is the occiput-wall distance valid and reliable to determine the presence of thoracic hyperkyphosis? Suwannarat, P.
Thaweewannakij, T.
Wattanapan, P.
Amatachaya, P.
Amatachaya, S.
2018 Musculoskeletal Science and Practice
(38), pp. 63-68
11. Is walking symmetry important for ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury? Amatachaya, P.
Thaweewannakij, T.
Amatachaya, S.
2018 Disability and Rehabilitation
7 (40), pp. 836-841
12. 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
13. 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.
2019 Clinical Rehabilitation
1 (33), pp. 120-127
14. Increased lower limb loading during sit-to-stand is important for the potential for walking progression in ambulatory individuals with spinal cord injury Mato, L.
Amatachaya, P.
Thaweewannakij, T.
Amatachaya, S.
2019 Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences
1 (26), pp. 99-106
15. Influence of timing protocols and distance covered on the outcomes of the 10-meter walk test Amatachaya, S.
Amatachaya, P.
Saensook, W.
Thaweewannakij, T.
Hunsawong, T.
2019 Physiotherapy Theory and Practice
(), pp.
16. The use of functional performance tests by primary health-care providers to determine walking ability with and without awalking device in community-dwelling elderly Suwannarat, P.
Kaewsanmung, S.
Thaweewannakij, T.
Amatachaya, S.
2019 Physiotherapy Theory and Practice
(), pp.
17. Various surfaces challenge gait characteristics of ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury Arrayawichanon, P.
Thaweewannakij, T.
Mato, L.
Amatachaya, P.
Amatachaya, S.
2019 Spinal Cord
9 (57), pp. 805-813
18. Five times sit-to-stand test for ambulatory individuals with spinal cord injury: a psychometric study on the effects of arm placements Thaweewannakij, T.
Wattanapan, P.
Amatachaya, P.
Amatachaya, S.
2020 Spinal Cord
3 (58), pp. 356-364
19. Thai dance exercises benefited functional mobility and fall rates among community-dwelling older individuals Kaewjoho, C.
Mato, L.
Thaweewannakij, T.
Nakmareong, S.
Amatachaya, S.
2020 Hong Kong Physiotherapy Journal
1 (40), pp. 19-27

Title Authors Year Journal title
1. Reference values of physical performance in Thai elderly people who are functioning well and dwelling in the community. Thaweewannakij, T
Wilaichit, S
Chuchot, R
Yuenyong, Y
Saengsuwan, J
Siritaratiwat, W
Amatachaya, S
2013 Physical therapy
10 (93), pp. 1312-20
2. 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
3. Importance of independent sit-to-stand ability in ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury. Khuna, L
Amatachaya, P
Sooknuan, T
Thaweewannakij, T
Mato, L
Seangsuwan, J
Amatachaya, S
2017 European journal of physical and rehabilitation medicine
4 (53), pp. 521-526
4. Do ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury walk symmetrically? Kumprou, M
Amatachaya, P
Sooknuan, T
Thaweewannakij, T
Mato, L
Amatachaya, S
2017 Spinal cord
2 (55), pp. 204-207
5. Is walking symmetry important for ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury? Kumprou, M
Amatachaya, P
Sooknuan, T
Thaweewannakij, T
Amatachaya, S
2017 Disability and rehabilitation
(), pp. 1-9
6. Is the occiput-wall distance valid and reliable to determine the presence of thoracic hyperkyphosis? Wiyanad, A
Chokphukiao, P
Suwannarat, P
Thaweewannakij, T
Wattanapan, P
Gaogasigam, C
Amatachaya, P
Amatachaya, S
2018 Musculoskeletal science & practice
(38), pp. 63-68
7. Hyperkyphotic measures using distance from the wall: validity, reliability, and distance from the wall to indicate the risk for thoracic hyperkyphosis and vertebral fracture. Suwannarat, P
Amatachaya, P
Sooknuan, T
Tochaeng, P
Kramkrathok, K
Thaweewannakij, T
Manimmanakorn, N
Amatachaya, S
2018 Archives of osteoporosis
1 (13), pp. 25
8. 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
9. 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
10. 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
11. The use of functional performance tests by primary health-care providers to determine walking ability with and without awalking device in community-dwelling elderly. Suwannarat, P
Kaewsanmung, S
Thaweewannakij, T
Amatachaya, S
2019 Physiotherapy theory and practice
(), pp. 1-9
12. Increased Lower Limb Loading During Sit-to-Stand is Important for the Potential for Walking Progression in Ambulatory Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury. Khuna, L
Mato, L
Amatachaya, P
Thaweewannakij, T
Amatachaya, S
2019 The Malaysian journal of medical sciences : MJMS
1 (26), pp. 99-106
13. Influence of timing protocols and distance covered on the outcomes of the 10-meter walk test. Amatachaya, S
Kwanmongkolthong, M
Thongjumroon, A
Boonpew, N
Amatachaya, P
Saensook, W
Thaweewannakij, T
Hunsawong, T
2019 Physiotherapy theory and practice
(), pp. 1-6
14. Five times sit-to-stand test for ambulatory individuals with spinal cord injury: a psychometric study on the effects of arm placements. Khuna, L
Thaweewannakij, T
Wattanapan, P
Amatachaya, P
Amatachaya, S
2020 Spinal cord
3 (58), pp. 356-364
15. Walking devices used by the elderly living in rural areas of Thailand. Patcharawan, S
Thaweewannakij, T
Kaewsanmung, S
Kaewjoho, C
Saengsuwan, J
Amatachaya, S
The Malaysian journal of medical sciences : MJMS
2 (22), pp. 48-54

Title Authors Year Journal title Cited count
< 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Total
1. Reference Values of Physical Performance in Thai Elderly People Who Are Functioning Well and Dwelling in the Community Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij
Sirinat Wilaichit
Renu Chuchot
Yaowaraporn Yuenyong
Jiamjit Saengsuwan
Wantana Siritaratiwat
Sugalya Amatachaya
2013 PHYSICAL THERAPY
10.0 (93.0), pp. 1312.0-1320.0
13 0 0 0 0 0 13
2. Functional ability and health status of community-dwelling late age elderly with and without history of multiple falls T. Thaweewannakij
S. Amatachaya
J. Saengsuwan
W. Siritaratiwat
2014 EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY
(21.0), pp. 638.0-638.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3. Walking devices used by community-dwelling elderly: Proportion, types, and associated factors Patcharawan Suwannarat
Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij
Supapon Kaewsanmung
Lugkana Mato
Sugalya Amatachaya
2015 HONG KONG PHYSIOTHERAPY JOURNAL
1.0 (33.0), pp. 34.0-41.0
3 0 0 0 0 0 3
4. Walking Devices Used by the Elderly Living in Rural Areas of Thailand Patcharawan Suwannarat
Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij
Supapon Kaewsanmung
Chonticha Kaewjoho
Jiamjit Saengsuwan
Sugalya Amatachaya
2015 MALAYSIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL SCIENCES
2.0 (22.0), pp. 48.0-54.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
5. Functional ability and health status of community-dwelling late age elderly people with and without a history of falls Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij
Patcharawan Suwannarat
Lugkana Mato
Sugalya Amatachaya
2016 HONG KONG PHYSIOTHERAPY JOURNAL
(34.0), pp. 1.0-9.0
6 0 0 0 0 0 6
6. Validity and reliability of a thoracic kyphotic assessment tool measuring distance of the seventh cervical vertebra from the wall Pipatana Amatachaya
Sawitree Wongsa
Thanat Sooknuan
Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij
Maneepan Laophosri
Nuttaset Manimanakorn
Sugalya Amatachaya
2016 HONG KONG PHYSIOTHERAPY JOURNAL
(35.0), pp. 30.0-36.0
10 0 0 0 0 0 10
7. Do ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury walk symmetrically? M. Kumprou
P. Amatachaya
T. Sooknuan
T. Thaweewannakij
L. Mato
S. Amatachaya
2017 SPINAL CORD
2.0 (55.0), pp. 204.0-207.0
7 0 0 0 0 0 7
8. 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
9. Importance of independent sit-to-stand ability in ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury Lalita Khuna
Pipatana Amatachaya
Thanat Sooknuan
Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij
Lugkana Mato
Jiamjit Seangsuwan
Sugalya Amatachaya
2017 EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL AND REHABILITATION MEDICINE
4.0 (53.0), pp. 521.0-526.0
4 0 0 0 0 0 4
10. Soft surfaces provide different effects on walking characteristics spatiotemporal gait modification of ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury who walked with or without a device D. Promkeaw
S. Amatachaya
T. Thaweewannakij
L. Mato
P. Arrayawichanon
P. Amatachaya
2017 EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY
(24.0), pp. 223.0-223.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
11. Hyperkyphotic measures using distance from the wall: validity, reliability, and distance from the wall to indicate the risk for thoracic hyperkyphosis and vertebral fracture Patcharawan Suwannarat
Pipatana Amatachaya
Thanat Sooknuan
Patiphan Tochaeng
Kanjana Kramkrathok
Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij
Nuttaset Manimmanakorn
Sugalya Amatachaya
2018 ARCHIVES OF OSTEOPOROSIS
1.0 (13.0), pp.
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
12. Is the occiput-wall distance valid and reliable to determine the presence of thoracic hyperkyphosis? Arpassanan Wiyanad
Pakwipa Chokphukiao
Patcharawan Suwannarat
Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij
Pattra Wattanapan
Chitanongk Gaogasigam
Pipatana Amatachaya
Sugalya Amatachaya
2018 MUSCULOSKELETAL SCIENCE AND PRACTICE
(38.0), pp. 63.0-68.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
13. Is walking symmetry important for ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury? Makamas Kumprou
Pipatana Amatachaya
Thanat Sooknuan
Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij
Sugalya Amatachaya
2018 DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION
7.0 (40.0), pp. 836.0-841.0
12 0 0 0 0 0 12
14. 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
15. 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
16. Increased Lower Limb Loading During Sit-to-Stand is Important for the Potential for Walking Progression in Ambulatory Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury Lalita Khuna
Lugkana Mato
Pipatana Amatachaya
Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij
Sugalya Amatachaya
2019 MALAYSIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL SCIENCES
1.0 (26.0), pp. 99.0-106.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
17. 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
18. Five times sit-to-stand test for ambulatory individuals with spinal cord injury: a psychometric study on the effects of arm placements Lalita Khuna
Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij
Pattra Wattanapan
Pipatana Amatachaya
Sugalya Amatachaya
2020 SPINAL CORD
3.0 (58.0), pp. 356.0-364.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
19. Thai dance exercises benefited functional mobility and fall rates among community-dwelling older individuals Chonticha Kaewjoho
Lugkana Mato
Thiwabhorn Thaweewannakij
Saowanee Nakmareong
Supaporn Phadungkit
Chitanongk Gaogasigam
Sugalya Amatachaya
2020 HONG KONG PHYSIOTHERAPY JOURNAL
1.0 (40.0), pp. 19.0-27.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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1. ความตรงและความเที่ยงของอุปกรณ์วัดกระดูกสันหลังค่อมโดยใช้ระยะตั้งฉากจากกระดูกสันหลังชิ้นที่ 7 ถึงผนัง อ.ดร. ทิวาพร ทวีวรรณกิจ
รศ.ดร. สุกัลยา อมตฉายา
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นายณัฐเศรษฐ มนิมนากร
โครงการย่อย ภายใต้ชุดโครงการวิจัย 2560 ทุนงบประมาณแผ่นดินประจำปี 2560
2. การลุกขึ้นยืน: ความสำคัญและประสิทธิผลต่อผลลัพธ์ของการฟื้นฟูความสามารถในผู้ป่วยบาดเจ็บไขสันหลังที่เดินได้ ผศ.ดร. ลักขณา มาทอ
รศ.ดร. พิพัฒน์ อมตฉายา
รศ.ดร. สุกัลยา อมตฉายา
อ.ดร. ทิวาพร ทวีวรรณกิจ
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3. การหกล้มและการตอบสนองของการทดสอบความสามารถทางกายในผู้สูงอายุไทยด้วยโปรแกรมการป้องกันการหกล้ม อ.ดร. ทิวาพร ทวีวรรณกิจ
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4. ผลของพื้นแข็ง พื้นทราย และพื้นนุ่ม ต่อความสามารถด้านการเดินและการล้มของผู้สูงอายุที่มีและไม่มีประวัติการล้มซ้ำ รศ.ดร. สุกัลยา อมตฉายา
อ.ดร. ทิวาพร ทวีวรรณกิจ
ผศ.ดร. ลักขณา มาทอ
โครงการ 2561 ทุนงบประมาณแผ่นดินประจำปี 2561 (งบบูรณาการวิจัยและนวัตกรรม)
5. การลุกขึ้นยืน: ความสำคัญและประสิทธิผลต่อผลลัพธ์ของการฟื้นฟูความสามารถในผู้ป่วยบาดเจ็บไขสันหลังที่เดินได้ (ปีที่ 2) ผศ.ดร. ลักขณา มาทอ
รศ.ดร. สุกัลยา อมตฉายา
รศ.ดร. พิพัฒน์ อมตฉายา
อ.ดร. ทิวาพร ทวีวรรณกิจ
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6. ผลของพื้นแข็ง พื้นทราย และพื้นนุ่ม ต่อความสามารถด้านการเดินและการล้มของผู้สูงอายุที่มีและไม่มีประวัติการล้มซ้ำ (ปีที่ 2) รศ.ดร. สุกัลยา อมตฉายา
อ.ดร. ทิวาพร ทวีวรรณกิจ
ผศ.ดร. ลักขณา มาทอ
โครงการ 2562 ทุนงบประมาณแผ่นดินประจำปี 2562 (งบบูรณาการวิจัยและนวัตกรรม)

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