Khamwong, Peanchai

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Position: Assistant Professor
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ผศ.ดร.กภ.เพียรชัย คำวงษ์

Assistant Professor

Phone : 0-5394-9245
Email : peanchai.k@cmu.ac.th

     Peanchai Khamwong, Ph.D., PT., is an assistant professor in Physical Therapy Program at Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand. He completed his Ph.D. in Biomedical Science at Chiang Mai University. He has been the chairman of the Physical Therapy master program since 2021.

     Dr. Peanchai is responsible for teaching and clinical supervisor in the neurological physical therapy field and in Sports Science. He also teaches exercise courses for undergraduate and graduate students. Dr. Peanchai conducts research focused on basic and clinical aspects of human physiology. The scope of his research includes the effectiveness of exercise on physical performance in healthy people and neurological patients.

Publications

  • Hancharoenkul, B., Khamwong, P., Pirunsan, U. & Joseph, L. (2024). The effects of workplace intervention programs to manage work-related musculoskeletal pain among poultry slaughterhouse workers: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Associated Medical Sciences, 57(1), 10 – 19. [More] 
  • Hancharoenkul, B., Joseph, L., Khamwong, P. & Pirunsan, U. (2023). An investigation of the prevalence of work-related musculoskeletal pain and related disability among poultry slaughterhouse workers: a cross-sectional study. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health, 96(3), 463-472. [More] 
  • Hancharoenkul, B., Joseph, L., Khamwong, P. & Pirunsan, U. (2022). An investigation of the prevalence of work-related musculoskeletal pain and related disability among poultry slaughterhouse workers: a cross-sectional study. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health, . [More] 
  • Intanon, S., Khamwong, P. & Nantakool, S. (2021). A preliminary study of myofascial release technique effect on the range of hip flexion, knee flexion, and ankle dorsiflexion motion at affected lower extremity in individuals with chronic stroke. Journal of Associated Medical Sciences, 54(2), 29–34. [More] 
  • Doungkulsa, A., Paungmali, A., Joseph, L. & Khamwong, P. (2018). Effectiveness of air pulsed cryotherapy on delayed onset muscle soreness of elbow flexors following eccentric exercise. Polish Annals of Medicine, 25(1), 103-111. [More]