PhD Title: Developing conservative treatments for acute whiplash associated disorder (WAD) II management
Primary supervisor: Dr Alison Rushton
Secondary supervisor: Professor Joan Duda
Tertiary supervisor: Dr Mohammad Haque
Taweewat Wiangkham is a doctoral researcher in the School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Birmingham. He is a young researcher from Thailand.
Taweewat graduated from Naresuan University, Thailand in 2007. After that he was invited to be a lecturer at Department of Physical Therapy, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, Naresuan University (Thailand) for teaching in musculoskeletal field. He has been supported by the Royal Thai Government Scholarship to study higher education since 2011. He has graduated Master of Research in Applied Health Research, College of Medicine, Psychology and Biological Sciences, University of Leicester (UK) since 2012 Before starting his PhD at University of Birmingham in 2013.
Wiangkham, T., Chidnok, W. and Janejai, P., et al. (2010) Intrarater reliability of leg length measurements, palpations and special tests of sacroiliac joint in normal subject. Journal of Medical Technology and Physical Therapy, 22: 196-204
Chidnok, W., Wiangkham, T. and Pukyod, N., et al. (2008) The study of information of exercise services requirement in students of Naresuan University. Journal of Sports Science and Technology, 8(1): 131-42