OrthoIndy physicians Stevens and Trammell retire

OrthoIndy physicians Dr. Mark Stevens and Dr. Terry Trammell retire. Stevens starts a new adventure in Arizona, while Trammell enjoys retirement. Both are orthopaedic specialists with more than 32 years each at OrthoIndy.

Dr. Mark Stevens

Orthopaedic specialist, Stevens worked at OrthoIndy for 33 years. He has been the orthopaedic consultant to DePauw University since 1981. Previously, Stevens was the assistant team physician for the Indiana Fever, the Indianapolis Pacers and the Indianapolis Indians. He is a member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, the American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine, the Indiana Orthopaedic Society and the Indiana Athletic Trainer’s Association.

Stevens is moving to Arizona where he will enjoy playing golf, pickleball and tennis and is hoping to work at a pediatric orthopaedic group.

If you are a patient of Stevens, please feel free to refer any new or follow-up appointments to the OrthoIndy group. Visit www.OrthoIndy.com to choose a physician specialized in treating your specific injury or condition. For patients under 21-years-old, please schedule any appointments with Dr. Carlos Berrios, orthopaedic pediatric specialist. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Berrios, please call (317) 802-2847.

 

Dr. Terry Trammell

Trammell, an orthopaedic spine surgeon, retires after 32 years of service at OrthoIndy. Trammell served as Medical Director and Consultant for Orthopaedic Injuries for Championship Auto Racing Teams from 1984 through 1995 and Consultant for Orthopaedic Injuries at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway from 1982 through 1995. From 1996 until 2001, he provided services as the Senior Orthopaedic Consultant for the Champ Cart World Series. Since 2005, he has been an Orthopaedic Consultant and Safety Advisor for the Indy Racing League. A sought after expert on racing injuries, scoliosis and other spinal conditions, Trammell has given presentations to more than 80 professional societies and organizations. He has authored many articles published in professional journals. Dr. Trammell has received the National Athletic Trainers Association Award, the AMA Physician Recognition Award, the NAARFC Tony Hulman Award, the United States Auto Club Unsung Hero Award, as well as other honors.

If you are a patient of Trammell’s, please feel free to refer any follow-up appointments to the OrthoIndy spine group. Visit www.OrthoIndy.com to learn more about OrthoIndy’s spine surgeons, Michael Coscia, M.D.; John Dietz, Jr., M.D.; Robert Huler, M.D.; Gabriel Jackson, M.D. and David Schwartz, M.D.