Dr. Anna Irwin is a Dual Board Certified physician in Anesthesiology and Interventional Pain Management. After graduating summa cum laude from Gannon University she earned her medical degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, graduating at the top of her class. She completed her Anesthesia Residency at Thomas Jefferson University, being chosen to serve as Chief Resident and receiving both the Excellence in Anesthesia and the Teaching Awards at graduation.
Dr. Irwin continued her studies in Interventional Pain at the prestigious University of Virginia Fellowship Program where she remained on faculty for six years as both an Assistant Professor and the Associated Fellowship Director. While teaching Pain Fellows at UVA, Dr. Irwin was involved in clinical trials testing novel procedures and gained extensive experience in inpatient/outpatient pain management as well as authoring numerous papers and textbook chapters.
Dr. Irwin firmly believes in a multimodal approach to Pain Management, simultaneously addressing the physiological, physical and psychological components of your pain. She uses state of the art technology including radio frequency ablation, neuromodulation and kyphoplasty for minimally invasive treatment of chronic back, extremity, head, neck and joint pain. She is well versed and skilled in treating all areas of complex pain management. Dr. Irwin will collaborate with your care team to provide you with the best possible treatments and outcomes.
Anna lives in Bethesda with her husband Nick Hill (an oral maxillofacial surgeon) and their three young children. She enjoys staying current with cutting edge medical technologies as well as world events and loves exploring the world both near and far.