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College of Sports Science and Technology – CSST
The College of Sports Science and Technology (CSST), Mahidol University was the first who established Sports Science degree in Thailand.
The CSST was founded in 1989. Initially, it was a part of the School of Sports Medicine under the Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University.
The CSST strives towards academic and service excellence in the fields of sports science by conducting pertinent research and teaching, as well as providing facilities for the promotion of physical activities and health of the general Thai population.
Sports biomechanics is one of the research areas at the CSST among other research disciplines including sports medicine, exercise and sports physiology, sport nutrition and sports psychology. The goals of sports biomechanics are to improve sports performance and to prevent/reduce any potential injury that may occur. These goals can be achieved through analysis of sport movement.
At CSST, our biomechanics staff have a wide range of interests in sports biomechanics fields including gymnastics, weightlifting, sepak takraw, golf and tennis, as well as ACL injury prevention.
Sports biomechanics laboratory at CSST is one of the leading sports biomechanics laboratories in Thailand. The laboratory has a 3D motion analysis system (BTS Bioengineering) including 10 BTS cameras, 2 force plates and a BTS FREEEMG wireless system. With this system, we can accurately capture the fast sport motion and analyze biomechanics data”.
Weerawat ‘Wat’ Limroongreungrat PhD, PT, CSCS
College of Sports Science and Technology
999 Puthamonthon Rd. Salaya
Nakhon Pathom 73170 – Thailand