Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum is one of the few experienced orthopedic experts in the U.S. Apart from being a renowned orthopedic surgeon; he also plays an active role in public education on rapid advances in the medical field.
As the director of Orthopedics at Bronxcare Health System, Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum performs regularly surgeries on patients while working in cooperation with other orthopedic surgeons with specialization in this medical area.
With expertise in the field, Dr. Kirschenbaum is a graduate from Brown University with a medical degree from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He has also earned various credentials at the Philadelphia Rothman Institute. He underwent specialized training for joint replacement surgeries and is an active member of the multiple associations. Related to clinical topics, he also writes and lectures on related information technology, process re-engineering, and process management in the medical area.
Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum is a professional with in-depth knowledge and skills in performing less invasive surgical procedures. The surgery is gaining massive popularity thanks to its smaller incision and recovery time for patients. The smaller incisions tend to be easier in terms of medical personnel for management, thus safer for patients while reducing the risk of infection.
The technique was invented back in the 80s, and it has rapidly transformed with the computer-assisted surgeries.
As the head at the Orthopaedics Bronxcare Health System, his practice majorly specializes in joints, shoulder, bones with knee, hip replacement surgeries. He also specializes explicitly in correcting various problems born with patients while performing several operations on college, professional and high school sports players with the New York State.
Kirschenbaum also hails as the founder and executive director of Medasape Orthopedics, which is web-based. He is also fully accredited by all relevant boards, including organization and government agencies. In addition, he is a member of the Orthopedics Research Society.