Asst.Prof. Dr. Chulee Jones

  Education Degree

Ph.D. in Sport & Exercise Sciences The University of Birmingham , UK

Academic Position

Assistant Professor

E-mail :

Research interest :

Weaning from ventilator, Respiratory training and physical exercise in COPD, CHF and elderly. ANS modulation in Hypertension, CAD and elderly. Physiological responses and efficacy of chest physiotherapy intervention

Publication :

  • Ubolsakka C. Pulmonary Physical Therapy in AIDS Patient. J Med Tech Phy Ther 1995:7(1); 44-50.
  • Ninprapun A, Ubolsakka C, Wanpen S, et al. Relationship between chest expansion, lung volume and flow rate in pulmonary function test. . J Med Tech Phy Ther. 1999;11: 50-8.
  • Carrington C, Ubolsakka C. & White MJ. Interaction between muscle metaboreflex and mechanoreflex modulation of arterial baroreflex sensitivity in exercise. J Appl Physiol. 2003; 95(1): 43-8.
  • Jones C., Laoakka T. & Boonsawat W. Inspiratory muscle training increases elevated arm exercise endurance but not 6 minutes walk distance in the elderly. Thai Journal of Physical Therapy. 2006; 28 (3 ): 23-34.
  • Jones CU, Sangthong, Pacheerat O. Enhancing antihypertensive effects of slow breathing by a new inspiratory loading device in essential hypertension. Am J Hypertens. (in review)
  • Jones C. Hazard of smoking in cardio-respiratory disease. In: Watchalatiti R & Janewatanagul P. editors. Physiotherapy and smoking hazard. Bangkok: Chulalongorn university; 2007. p. 41-110.
  • Jones C. Preoperative physical therapy for coronary artery bypass graft. Proceeding of the workshop in Physical Therapy in CABG: Phase I-III. 2007 Oct 31- Nov 2; Faculty of Health Sciences, Thammasart University. Patumtan 2007. p. 31-60.
  • White MJ & Ubolsakka C. Calf muscle compression during and after involuntary isometric exercise of the human triceps surae increases blood pressure, but not heart rate, during post-exercise circulatory occlusion. J Physiol 1998; 513P, 87P
  • Ubolsakka C. Carrington C. & White MJ. Local muscle oedema alters muscle afferent input to the exercise pressor response during external compression of the human calf muscles. J Physiol: 2000; 523P, 241P.
  • Ubolsakka C. & White MJ. Attenuation of muscle chemoreflex input to the human pressor response under conditions of local muscle oedema. J Physio 2000: 523P, 241P
  • Jones C., Boongwang W., Kongsui R., Saenplerm K., et al. Inspiratory, but not quadriceps, muscle strength correlates with 6 minutes walking distance in the elderly. Eur Res J. 2004: 24(supp 48); 243s.
  • Jones C., Pongsuwan P., Khrisanapant W., & Boonsawat W. Cardiopulmonary responses in the elderly during inspiratory muscle loading. Eur Res J. 2004: 24(supp 48); 293s
  • Laoakka T, Jones CU. & Khrisanapant W. Inspiratory muscle training increases elevated arm exercise endurance but not 6 minutes walk distance in the elderly. Eur Res J. 2006: 28(supp 50);284s
  • Sangthong B, Jones C, Pachirat O. Breathing training with water pressure threshold bottle reduces resting blood pressure in essential hypertensive patients. The 2007 annual conference “ New direction in health management” Faculty of Physical Therapy and Applied Movement Science., Mahidol university; 2007 March 27-29 ; Bangkok : Faculty of Physical Therapy and Applied Movement Science ; 2007. p. 17-18.
  • Wannanon P., Khrisanapant W., Pasuriyawong O., Jones C. Enhanced respiratory muscle strength with exercise in adolescents in northeast Thailand. Eur Res J. 2007: 30 (supp 51); 378s.



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