Andrew R. Crichlow, M.D.

Pain Medicine Physician located in Salem, VA & Christiansburg, VA

About Dr. Crichlow

Andrew R. Crichlow, MD, recently joined the team at Blue Ridge Pain & Spine Associates as an anesthesiologist and pain medicine specialist. With professional expertise and personal experience in medicine, Dr. Crichlow provides compassionate, patient-centered care to the communities of Roanoke, Salem, and Christiansburg, Virginia.

Originally from the Caribbean island of Trinidad, Dr. Crichlow moved to Miami with his family at age 15. He earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology, biology, and education and later a Master of Business Administration from the University of Miami. During this time, Dr. Crichlow became a United States citizen.

Dr. Crichlow worked in the business sector of Miami for several years while also serving in the US Marine Corps Reserve. He completed his tour of duty with the rank of sergeant before moving with his family to Virginia. He earned his medical degree at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. Then, Dr. Crichlow completed a general surgery internship at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond before returning to UVA to finish his residency in anesthesiology and fellowship in pain medicine.

During his medical training, Dr. Crichlow gained personal experience on the patient side of care when his youngest son was born with a birth defect that required months of hospitalization and multiple surgeries. This experience strengthened his desire to provide relief for patients and yielded significant insight that continues to help Dr. Crichlow be a compassionate and understanding physician.

Dr. Crichlow lives in Roanoke with his wife and their three sons. He loves to play soccer every chance he gets and has earned the rank of black belt in karate. He’s also an expert at caring for his son’s daily medical and personal needs, including tickling, wrestling, and helping with math homework. He looks forward to helping patients find relief and effective solutions at Blue Ridge Pain & Spine Associates.

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Andrew R. Crichlow, MD, recently joined the team at Blue Ridge Pain & Spine Associates as an anesthesiologist and pain medicine specialist. With professional expertise and personal experience in medicine, Dr. Crichlow provides compassionate, patient-centered care to the communities of Roanoke, Salem, and Christiansburg, Virginia.

Originally from the Caribbean island of Trinidad, Dr. Crichlow moved to Miami with his family at age 15. He earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology, biology, and education and later a Master of Business Administration from the University of Miami. During this time, Dr. Crichlow became a United States citizen.

Dr. Crichlow worked in the business sector of Miami for several years while also serving in the US Marine Corps Reserve. He completed his tour of duty with the rank of sergeant before moving with his family to Virginia. He earned his medical degree at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. Then, Dr. Crichlow completed a general surgery internship at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond before returning to UVA to finish his residency in anesthesiology and fellowship in pain medicine.

During his medical training, Dr. Crichlow gained personal experience on the patient side of care when his youngest son was born with a birth defect that required months of hospitalization and multiple surgeries. This experience strengthened his desire to provide relief for patients and yielded significant insight that continues to help Dr. Crichlow be a compassionate and understanding physician.

Dr. Crichlow lives in Roanoke with his wife and their three sons. He loves to play soccer every chance he gets and has earned the rank of black belt in karate. He’s also an expert at caring for his son’s daily medical and personal needs, including tickling, wrestling, and helping with math homework. He looks forward to helping patients find relief and effective solutions at Blue Ridge Pain & Spine Associates.


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