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Overview

Programs + Specialties
Research Interests Currently working on understanding headache mechanisms through the action of propofol. Plan to study MRI and EEG changes in the setting of using low dose propofol to abort acute headaches/migraines.
Training + Education Tufts University School of Medicine; Floating Hospital for Children
Board Certifications Board Eligible Pediatrics and Pediatric Neurology
NPI # 1740613371
Gender Male

Locations + Directions

Floating Hospital for Children
Floating Hospital, Street Level
800 Washington Street
Box 330
Boston, MA 02111
Fax #: 617-636-8375
Phone #: 617-636-8100
Pediatric Specialty Center - Westford
198 Littleton Rd.
Suite 203
Westford, MA 01886
Fax #: 978-692-5320
Phone #: 508-640-5300
Pediatric Specialty Center - Lawrence
25 Marston St.
Suite 206
Lawrence, MA 01843
Fax #: 978-685-3170
Phone #: 978-208-4916
Pediatric Specialty Center - North Chelmsford
20 Research Pl.
#210
North Chelmsford, MA 01863
Fax #: 978-703-4176
Phone #: 978-937-6362

Honors + Awards

2013, Co-Chief of Pediatric Neurology (Boston, MA): Organize pediatric neurology fellowship schedule and educational program
2012, Teaching recognition (Boston, MA): Instructor for Physical Diagnosis
2012, Teaching recognition (Boston, MA): Teaching residents and 4th year medical students during rotation

Publications + National Presentations

1. Siegfried Schmidt, Anthony Rodrigues, Marie Lupi De Diez, Fong Wong Resolution of Peripheral Neuropathic Pain with Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A Case Report. The Journal of Family Practice. Accepted December 2012.

2. Rodrigues A, King CD, Wong F, Riley JL 3rd, Schmidt S, Mauderli AP. The effect of topical local anesthetics on thermal pain sensitivity in patients with irritable bowel syndrome. Pain Research and Treatment. Epub 2012 February.

3. Fong Wong, Anthony Rodrigues, Christopher D. King, Joseph L. Riley, Siegfried Schmidt, Charles J. Vierck and Andre P. Mauderli. Relationships between Irritable Bowel Syndrome Pain, Skin Temperature Indices of Autonomic Dysregulation and Sensitivity to Thermal Cutaneous Stimulation. Pain Research and Treatment. Epub 2010 August.

4. Fong Wong, Anthony Rodrigues, Siegfried Schmidt, Charles J. Vierck and Andre P. Mauderli. Extreme Thermal Sensitivity and Pain-Induced Sensitization in a Fibromyalgia Patient. Pain Research and Treatment. Epub 2010 February.

5. Anthony C. Rodrigues Characteristics of Somatic Pain Sensitization in Irritable Bowel Syndrome. A dissertation presented to the graduate school of the University of Florida in fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.

6. Rodrigues AC., Nicholas Verne G., Schmidt S., Mauderli AP. Hypersensitivity to cutaneous thermal nociceptive stimuli in irritable bowel syndrome. PAIN. 115(1-2):5-11, 2005 May.

7. Mauderli AP., Vierck CJ Jr., Cannon RL., Rodrigues A., Shen C. Relationships between skin temperature and temporal summation of heat and cold pain. Journal of Neurophysiology. 90(1):100-9, 2003 July

News, Media + Videos

Pediatric neurologists at Floating Hospital in Boston, MA explain why headache hygiene is important.

Kids and Headaches: How to help turn them off.

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