Ken Levy is a dressage judge and competitor who has been licensed by the National Dressage Association. He had a long journey with OrthoIndy which led to an unexpected but triumphant recovery. He had no idea that a routine MRI would reveal a pressing surgical need, setting into motion a series events that would redefine the path to his wellness.
Ken, who is 73, has an impressive history. He retired from Roche Diagnostics, in 2012, and served as adjunct associate professor of Medicine at the IU School of Medicine until 2019. His heart and soul are in the art of dressage. This focuses on creating a partnership with a horse, requiring flexibility and balance. His passion for dressage not only defines his personality, but is also the foundation of his family’s business.
Ken’s troubles began with a small twinge, an initial hint of discomfort he ignored. The pain began to intensify over time, making it difficult for Ken to perform even simple movements. As sleep became elusive, his once peaceful nights turned into restless ones. He was desperate for relief. Fortunately, fate stepped in through Ken’s long-time friend, Dr. Randolph, who introduced him to the exceptional care of OrthoIndy….