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Video Recap of Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum: On Knee Surgeries

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Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum is a notable orthopaedic surgeon with loads of experience in orthopaedics. Dr. Kirschenbaum has also shown that he is savvy with the business part of orthopaedics. Along with these aspects, Dr. Kirshenbaum has also shown a remarkable skill for the non-profit aspects of the job, such as operations leadership, information technology, innovative designing techniques, and re-engineering. Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum has also shown skill in development and execution of different strategies, creation and interpretation of complex ideas, concepts, and information, as well as persuading key stakeholders and stockholders in terms of sales, education and advising.

In this video, Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum describes a new, possibly career-defining surgery that he has developed. At the beginning of the video, patient with knee pain says that he underwent this procedure successfully The central idea of this procedure is that the knee can be split into three separate cavities. Dr. Kirschenbaum believes that one can replace a single one of these compartments in a process known as “knee resurfacing.” Instead of replacing the entirety of the knee, the surgeon would locate the inflamed or affected area of the knee that is giving the patient the described pain, and operate on that singular area instead of the entire knee.

Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum has shown great confidence and pride in his procedure, and it very well could change the way that orthopaedics treat knee injuries. Innumerable people in the world suffer from varying degrees of knee pain, either due to work or sports-related injuries, or simple arthritis or inflammation. Though the pain can be unbearable, the idea of total knee replacement is intimidating to most, as is the recovery period. With Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum new techniques, this recovery time can be reduced considerably as a less traumatic surgery is performed, with the results still being successful, and possibly more so.