A recent interview with Ideamensch, Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum discussed some major details about his career and how he got started. First, there is a little bit of background knowledge that should be discussed before diving into his past and how he got started. To begin with, Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum is the Chairman of Orthopedics at Bronxcare Health System. The facility for Bronxcare is located in Bronx of New York City. There are a few areas of health that he specifically focuses on and those are joint and bone issues, as well as knee, hip, and shoulder replacements.
Since joining the American Orthopaedics Association in 1995, Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum has been a big part of major research that was published on extensive joint replacement surgeries and helped in the making of some large replacement systems for joints.
Even before all his work with major projects and research, Dr. Ira Kirschebaum served as a Community Health Editor. He worked this position for WebMD. Then, in 1979, he went on to receive his undergraduate degree from Brown University, which then led him to finish his residency from Albert Einstein College of Medicine. All of this schooling is what led him to where he currently is at, working on knee replacement surgeries and reconstructive surgeries of many types.
When asked where his idea came from for his company, he stated that he was simply bringing a website into reality through the help of Medscape. Another question that was asked was how he is productive throughout his day, and what a typical day looks like for him. Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum mentioned that he likes to check in with social media and gets to work bright and early.
Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum has accomplished many great feats and continues to bring new ideas to life.