Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum: Changing Reconstructive Surgery

Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum has been a leading medical professional for many years. Having completed extensive studies in order to ultimately obtain his medical degree, including Brown University, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and Thomas Jefferson University Dr. Kirschenbaum has gained an extensive amount of experience and expertise in the medical field specializing in Orthopedic Surgery.

Today finds Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum as the Chairman of the Bronxcare Health System in New York, as well as being a part of many other organizations. One of the biggest contributions that the doctor has made has been the role he played in the creation of Medscape. A tool used in the daily lives of doctors, surgeons, and clinicians the world over Medscape is designed to offer access to various databased concentrated on the medical field. Though revolutionary, Medscape is but one of many contributions that Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum has made to the medical community. He has also changed the way that many knee surgeries are completed, introducing a way in which surgeons could introduce new or replace old tissues behind the knee, eliminating the need for a total knee replacement. Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum also does his part to share his wealth of knowledge by writing many publications as well as regularly speaking at events geared towards his colleagues.

To say that Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum leads and eventful life is an understatement when considering all of the ways in which he influences the medical community. All of the experience he has gained over the years has made given him a penchant for teaching others and developing effective plans in regards to new procedures and different ways to go about completing those that have been time-tested. The fact that the doctor spent several years in his own solo-practice which regularly completed over 500 surgeries a year simply goes to show where his idealism and the knowledge he shared originated.