Is there a way to dissect any tetrahedron into a finite number of orthoschemes?

I know that for a tetrahedron which only has acute angles, one can take the center of the inscribed circle and project the center on all the faces and edges and connect it with the vertices to get the orthoschemes. This however does not work when the tetrahedron is allowed to have obtuse angles since the projection of the center of the inscribed circle on the plane containing a face for instance may fall outside of the tetrahedron.