Carrie Sawulski, PT, is a board-certified pediatric physical therapist who works in outpatient pediatric rehabilitation and with the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). She specializes in premature infants, neuromuscular disorders and general developmental delay.
In the community for two decades, she truly loves her patients, and she has enjoyed watching her patients grow up. A keen listener, she attends to each family’s needs, breaks down barriers and focuses on participation.
She volunteers with Family Support Network of Central North Carolina, connecting families of children who have special needs or a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) experience. Also, she volunteers with Dancing Above the Barre, a dance class for children with special needs. Finally, she helps plan Camp High Five, a local day camp for children with hemiplegia.
In her spare time, she enjoys being with her husband and children. Her hobbies include running, hiking and listening to music. She is a fan of Ohio State sports teams.
“I love helping children have improved participation in the world around them. I also love helping parents feel more confident in caring for their child’s special needs.” – Carrie Sawulski, PT