Andrew Medvedovsky, M.D. is a neurologist and fellowship-trained interventional pain specialist, committed to alleviating the suffering of patients dealing with chronic pain.
Medvedovsky’s academic foundation began with his doctor of medicine degree from Ross University School of Medicine and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Brooklyn College in New York. He completed his Internal Medicine Internship at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, followed by a neurology Residency and a pain medicine fellowship at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond.
Prior to his current role, Medvedovsky held positions as an interventional pain medicine physician at various Florida spine centers. These experiences provided him with a comprehensive perspective on pain management.
His research contributions include his publication “Interventional Pain Management: An Appraisal and Evidence-Based Review” featured in a volume of Critical Reviews in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine. Medvedovsky’s bilingual proficiency in English and Russian further enhances his ability to connect with a diverse patient population.