Dana C Olszewski, MD

Orthopaedic Surgeon

Gender

Female

Language

English

Dr. Olszewski, more commonly referred to as “Dr. O,” has special interests in hips, feet (particularly clubfeet), general orthopaedics, trauma and neuromuscular disorders, as well as limb length and angular deformities.

Throughout her education, Dr. Olszewski spent time overseas, including a month at the Kaimosi Hospital in Kenya, Africa, where she helped with a multitude of medical problems in a rural setting. She held clinics in Cyprus, Africa, for pediatric orthopaedic patients over the course of one week. She also 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.

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 young children.

Locations

Childrens Physician Group Orthopaedics

5445 Meridian Mark Rd NE, Ste 250
Atlanta, GA 30342
Get Directions 404-255-1933

Childrens Physician Group Orthopaedics

3300 Old Milton Pkwy, Ste 310
Alpharetta, GA 30005
Get Directions 678-638-2680

Childrens Physician Group Orthopaedics

1500 Hudson Bridge Rd
Stockbridge, GA 30281
Get Directions 404-255-1933

Focus of Practice

  • Limb deformity and lengthening
  • Complex hip
  • Clubfoot

Areas of Interest

  • Complex hip and hip dysplasia
  • Spina bifida
  • Foot and ankle (clubfoot)
  • General orthopaedics

Professional Affiliations

  • Orthopaedic Research and Education Fund
  • Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America
  • Ruth Jackson Orthopaedic Society
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

Media

Nick's Story

Nick Hassan has gotten countless bumps and bruises since he started playing team sports at age 3. Typically, he’s been able to shake off his injuries and get back in the game, whether it’s football, basketball or baseball. So when he took a hard hit to his leg early in his sophomore football season and didn’t return to the field, his parents knew it must be bad.

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta