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Office15 Hospital Dr
York, ME 03909Phone+1 207-363-4321
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- Dr. Anthony Knox is a neurologist in York, ME and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including York Hospital and Maine Veterans Affairs Medical Center. He received his medical degree from Albany Medical College and has been in practice 17 years. He specializes in headache and is experienced in trigeminal neuralgia, migraine disorders, postconcussion headache, chronic headache, and headache disorders.
Education & Training
- Brigham and Women's Hospital/Children's Hospital/Harvard Medical SchoolFellowship, Clinical Neurophysiology, 2004 - 2005
- Tufts Medical CenterResidency, Neurology, 2001 - 2004
- St Elizabeth's Medical CenterInternship, Internal Medicine, 2000 - 2001
- Albany Medical CollegeClass of 2000
Certifications & Licensure
- NC State Medical License 2008 - 2018
- MO State Medical License 2005 - 2023
- MA State Medical License 2004 - 2007
- ME State Medical License Active through 2023
- American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Neurology
- National Board of Physicians and Surgeons Neurology
- United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry
- United Council of Neurologic SubspecialtiesHeadache Medicine
- United Council of Neurologic SubspecialtiesNeuroimaging
Awards, Honors, & Recognition
- Regional Top Doctor Castle Connolly, 2014-2020
- Physician Recognition Award with Commendation American Medical Association, 2009-2018
- Most Compassionate Doctor American Registry, 2009-2018
Publications & Presentations
- 9 citationsBarbiturate Withdrawal Following Internet Purchase of FioricetCharles E. Romero, Joshua D. Baron, Anthony P. Knox, Judy A. Hinchey, Allan H. Ropper> ;JAMA Neurology. 2004 Jul 1
- The central connections of the vagus nerve in the ferret. .Knox, A.P., N.L. Strominger, A.H. Battles and D.O. Carpenter, Brain Res. Bull. 33: 49-63
- The connectivity of the area postrema in the ferret.Strominger, N.L., A.P. Knox and D.O. Carpenter, Brain Res. Bull 33: 33-47.
- Behavioral studies of emetic sensitivity in the ferret.Knox, A.P., N.L. Strominger, A.H. Battles and D.O. Carpenter, Brain Res. Bull. 31:477-484.
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- American Headache SocietyMember
- Movement Disorder SocietyMember
- American Society for NeuroimagingMember
- International Headache SocietyMember
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