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Lect. Sirisuda  Phonthee

Lect. Sirisuda Phonthee

Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering,
Khon Kaen University
55506251900: H-INDEX 4

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1. Falls in independent ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury: incidence, associated factors and levels of ability Phonthee, S
Saengsuwan, J
Amatachaya, S
2013
2. Incidence and factors associated with falls in independent ambulatory individuals with spinal cord injury: A 6-month prospective study Phonthee, S
Saengsuwan, J
Siritaratiwat, W
Amatachaya, S
2013
3. Ambulatory assistive devices and walking performance in patients with incomplete spinal cord injury. W. Saensook
S. Phonthee
K. Srisim
L. Mato
P. Wattanapan
S. Amatachaya
2014
4. Falls in independent ambulatory individuals with spinal cord injury who walked with and without a walking device S. Phonthee
S. Sugalya Amatachaya
J. Saengsuwan
W. Siritaratiwat
2014
5. Levels of Community Ambulation Ability in Patients with Stroke Who Live in a Rural Area. Sugalya Amatachaya
Janya Chuadthong
Thiwabhorn Thaweewannaku
Kitiyawadee Srisim
Sirisuda Phonthee
2016
6. Stepping training with external feedback relating to lower limb support ability effectively improved complex motor activity in ambulatory patients with stroke: a randomized controlled trial Phonthee, S.
Amatachaya, P.
Amatachaya, S.
2020
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Title Authors Year Publication name Cited count
< 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Total
1. Falls in independent ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury: Incidence, associated factors and levels of ability Phonthee, S.
Saengsuwan, J.
Amatachaya, S.
2013 Spinal Cord
5 (51), pp. 365-368
2. Incidence and factors associated with falls in independent ambulatory individuals with spinal cord injury: A 6-month prospective study Phonthee, S.
Saengsuwan, J.
Siritaratiwat, W.
Amatachaya, S.
2013 Physical Therapy
8 (93), pp. 1061-1072
3. Ambulatory assistive devices and walking performance in patients with incomplete spinal cord injury Saensook, W.
Phonthee, S.
Srisim, K.
Mato, L.
Wattanapan, P.
Amatachaya, S.
2014 Spinal Cord
3 (52), pp. 216-219
4. Levels of community ambulation ability in patients with stroke who live in a rural area Amatachaya, S.
Srisim, K.
Phonthee, S.
2016 Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences
1 (23), pp. 56-62
5. Stepping training with external feedback relating to lower limb support ability effectively improved complex motor activity in ambulatory patients with stroke: A randomized controlled trial Phonthee, S.
Amatachaya, P.
Amatachaya, S.
2020 European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine
1 (56), pp. 14-23

Title Authors Year Journal title
1. Falls in independent ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury: incidence, associated factors and levels of ability. Phonthee, S
Saengsuwan, J
Amatachaya, S
2013 Spinal cord
5 (51), pp. 365-8
2. Incidence and factors associated with falls in independent ambulatory individuals with spinal cord injury: a 6-month prospective study. Phonthee, S
Saengsuwan, J
Siritaratiwat, W
Amatachaya, S
2013 Physical therapy
8 (93), pp. 1061-72
3. Ambulatory assistive devices and walking performance in patients with incomplete spinal cord injury. Saensook, W
Phonthee, S
Srisim, K
Mato, L
Wattanapan, P
Amatachaya, S
2014 Spinal cord
3 (52), pp. 216-9
4. Levels of Community Ambulation Ability in Patients with Stroke Who Live in a Rural Area. Amatachaya, S
Chuadthong, J
Thaweewannaku, T
Srisim, K
Phonthee, S
2016 The Malaysian journal of medical sciences : MJMS
1 (23), pp. 56-62
5. Stepping training with external feedback relating to lower limb support ability effectively improved complex motor activity in ambulatory patients with stroke: a randomized controlled trial. Phonthee, S
Amatachaya, P
Sooknuan, T
Amatachaya, S
2020 European journal of physical and rehabilitation medicine
1 (56), pp. 14-23

Title Authors Year Journal title Cited count
< 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Total
1. Falls in independent ambulatory patients with spinal cord injury: incidence, associated factors and levels of ability S. Phonthee
J. Saengsuwan
S. Amatachaya
2013 SPINAL CORD
5.0 (51.0), pp. 365.0-368.0
29 0 0 0 0 0 29
2. Incidence and Factors Associated With Falls in Independent Ambulatory Individuals With Spinal Cord Injury: A 6-Month Prospective Study Sirisuda Phonthee
Jiamjit Saengsuwan
Wantana Siritaratiwat
Sugalya Amatachaya
2013 PHYSICAL THERAPY
8.0 (93.0), pp. 1061.0-1072.0
32 0 0 0 0 0 32
3. Ambulatory assistive devices and walking performance in patients with incomplete spinal cord injury W. Saensook
S. Phonthee
K. Srisim
L. Mato
P. Wattanapan
S. Amatachaya
2014 SPINAL CORD
3.0 (52.0), pp. 216.0-219.0
8 0 0 0 0 0 8
4. Falls in independent ambulatory individuals with spinal cord injury who walked with and without a walking device S. Phonthee
S. Sugalya Amatachaya
J. Saengsuwan
W. Siritaratiwat
2014 EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY
(21.0), pp. 247.0-247.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
5. Levels of Community Ambulation Ability in Patients with Stroke Who Live in a Rural Area Sugalya Amatachaya
Janya Chuadthong
Thiwabhorn Thaweewannaku
Kitiyawadee Srisim
Sirisuda Phonthee
2016 MALAYSIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL SCIENCES
1.0 (23.0), pp. 56.0-62.0
8 0 0 0 0 0 8
6. Stepping training with external feedback relating to lower limb support ability effectively improved complex motor activity in ambulatory patients with stroke: a randomized controlled trial Sirisuda Phonthee
Pipatana Amatachaya
Thanat Sooknuan
Sugalya Amatachaya
2020 EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL AND REHABILITATION MEDICINE
1.0 (56.0), pp. 14.0-23.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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