Steven Kornweiss, MD
Steven Kornweiss is a private physician focusing on performance, prevention, and longevity.
Steven Kornweiss is a private practice physician focusing on performance, prevention, and longevity. In addition to his private practice, he is a board certified and practicing emergency physician. He holds a B.A. in Neuroscience from The Johns Hopkins University, an M.D. from Temple University School of Medicine, and was Chief Resident at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital where he trained in emergency medicine.
Steven has received several awards for excellent clinical performance, leadership, and teaching. He has served on quality assurance committees in multiple hospitals as well as sitting on departmental and interdisciplinary operational and quality committees. Most importantly, he has helped many private clients succeed in improving their health and wellbeing.
Steven has twelve years of experience in clinical medicine. He has spent nine of those years in emergency medicine where he has worked in more than five hospital systems and thirteen emergency departments. He has cared for over ten-thousand patients ranging from the most critically-ill medical, surgical, and trauma patients as well as acute cases like fractures, lacerations, infections, and chronic diseases like hypertension and diabetes.
Steven is also an avid amateur athlete and fitness enthusiast. He's spent years practicing martial arts, road cycling, rock climbing, and resistance training.
His private practice was born out of a desire to integrate his knowledge of acute care and chronic disease with his love of fitness, vitality, and longevity.
- South Carolina 40496
- Pennsylvania MD458134
- Maryland D0090206
- California C 179649
It's my job to adequately explain and teach my clients what I know. With clear and thorough communication, clients can be confident and motivated to successfully execute treatment plans. Questions and challenges are encouraged.
Trust comes from value alignment. I aim to achieve value alignment by structuring my practice in such a way that I succeed only if my clients succeed. I eliminate conflict of interest by refusing to profit from diagnostic tests or treatments.