Dr. Olszewski trained in Massachusetts and Texas before coming to Atlanta. Throughout her education, Dr. Olszewski spent time overseas, including a month at the Kaimosi Hospital in Kenya where she helped many patients who had limited access to medical care in their rural location. She held clinics in Cyprus for pediatric orthopaedic patients and spent four months in London, England as a teaching assistant and coordinator for children with developmental disabilities including autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and Down syndrome.
Dr. Olszewski has special interests in hips, feet (particularly clubfeet), general orthopaedics, trauma and neuromuscular disorders. She is a consulting associate for the Duke Department of Orthopaedic Surgery.
In her free time, Dr. Olszewski enjoys being outdoors hiking or running, cooking, and spending time with family and friends. She is married and has three children.
Focus of Practice
- Limb deformity and lengthening
- Complex hip
Areas of Interest
- General orthopaedics
In the News
One to seven percent of kids with Down Syndrome will experience hip health issues because of their anatomy. Dr. Olszewski created a personalized care plan for Sarah after two traumatic hip dislocations to help reduce the risk of future dislocations.
Georgia Health News