October 11, 2018 · Uncategorized

Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum serves as the Chairman of Orthopaedics at Bronxcare an is an internationally recognized expert in a knee, hip, and shoulder replacements. He is particularly famous in the medical community for developing a particularly minimally invasive knee replacement surgery. This is only one example of the huge technological advancements being made right now in orthopedic technology. Two areas in particular that are being developed to the end of surgery efficacy is 3D technology and robotic technologies.


However, there remains much in the area of orthopedics that is yet to be researched and treatments developed. For instance, effective treatments for chronic osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and post-traumatic arthritis. And these medical maladies are on the increase, having millions of sufferers throughout today’s world. And this market is expected to grow astronomically in the next five years. Two demographics—the elderly and the obese—are the primary groups with these problems, with both of these groups on the decided rise.


The U.S. medical industry is currently leading the world in orthopedic technology. However, Brazil, Japan, China, and India are not that far behind with experts saying all of these countries will most likely close the small gap in the next few years.

Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum began his venture into this medical area by obtaining his higher education from Brown University, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, and the Rothman Institute. It was also during these educational years that he studied healthcare delivery management at Harvard Business School. After all of this, for the next several years he founded several different kinds of healthcare businesses. It is in this world that he has made his name known throughout the international medical world in technological, design, process engineering, and operational leadership innovations. He has personally overseen around 500 joint replacement operations.

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