Areerat Suputtitada, M.D. is Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine from Chulalongkorn University and King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand. She is the Director of Excellent Center for Gait and Motion at King Chualongkorn Memorial Hospital and Chairperson of Neurorehabilitation Research Unit of Chulalongkorn University. She has been involved in education, residency training, research, and clinical treatment related to rehabilitation medicine for more than 20 years. She was invited as international speaker more than 80 times around the world. She received 18 national and international awards, and published more than 60 national and international articles in several areas of Rehabilitation Medicine including Neurological Rehabilitation, Spasticity and Dystonia, Pain, Gait and Motion, and Sport and Exercise Medicine. She has been elected and appointed to important positions in the ISPRM such as the Chairperson of ISPRM Women and Health Task Force and ISPRM International Exchange Committee.
Her areas of expertise include neurological rehabilitation, spasticity and dystonia, clinical neurophysiology, pain, Botulinum toxin, therapeutic exercise and rehabilitation engineering. She treats a variety of patients, including patients with motor disorders like Parkinson’s disease and Huntington’s disease