Over the years, Dr. Leibovitz has directed much of his experience toward teaching optimal techniques to the next generation of doctors, ranging from reducing the pain of injections to facilitating great doctor-patient communications. He has more than 20 years of experience teaching family practice residents, and more than 5 years’ experience with podiatric residents.
In the collegiate circuit, Dr. Leibovitz is a team physician with Indianapolis University and lectures as part of their Athletic Trainers curriculum.
Outside of the office, Dr. Leibovitz is an active outdoor enthusiast, enjoying mountain biking and flying power kites. He loves the fact his practice is so close to Fort Harrison Park. He is an outspoken advocate for dog adoption—having adopted several himself—and has a wall in the office where patients can post brag-worthy photos of their pets to raise money for local shelters.
Within the Central Indiana community, Dr. Leibovitz also serves as a member and past president of the Indianapolis Eastside Optimist Club, a local chapter of an international organization that supports children through volunteer work, scholarships, educational programs, friendly competitions, and other activities.
*(Dr. Leibovitz also has way more scrub designs than Spider-Man. Please feel free to ask him about them.)