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Karen E. Wojcik, D.P.T., O.C.S., A.T.C.

Karen Wojcik

Karen E. Wojcik, D.P.T., O.C.S., A.T.C., is a physical therapist specializing in the sports medicine and orthopaedic rehabilitation. She has been practicing outpatient physical therapy for thirteen years with a special interest in shoulder and knee rehabilitation since joining UConn Health. She is board certified in orthopaedics by the American Physical Therapy Association and a certified athletic trainer through the National Athletic Trainers Association. She has a special interest in runners and has worked the Boston Marathon as a medical volunteer in the past.

Her main area of expertise is knee and shoulder rehabilitation with a special interest in patellofemoral dysfunction, anterior cruciate ligament repairs, scapular dyskinesis and rotator cuff repair. She has a clinical interest in research and served as a clinical provider for the Donaghue Foundation’s study led by Dr. Augustus Mazzocca, Mark Cote, D.P.T., and Gregg Gomlinski, D.P.T., O.C.S., C.S.C.S.; “The effect of early range of motion on clinical outcomes, patient satisfaction, and cuff integrity following arthroscopic repair”.


  • Physical Therapist, Department of Rehabilitation Services, UConn Health
  • Adjunct Faculty, University of Connecticut, School of Physical Therapy, Department of Kinesiology

Specialty: Orthopaedics

Subspecialty: Knee and Shoulder Dysfunction


  • Board Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist (OCS)
  • Certified Athletic Training through the National Athletic Trainers Association


  • Master of Science, Physical Therapy, Springfield College, 2000
  • Bachelor of Science, Athletic Training, Springfield College 1997
  • Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Des Moines University, 2013

Selected Publications:
Cote P, Wojcik K, Gomlinski G, Mazzocca A. Rehabilitation of acromioclavicular joint separations: operative and nonoperative considerations. Clinics in Sports Medicine. 2010;29(2):213-228.

Wojcik KE, Cote MP, Swanson BT, Apostolakos J, Craven N, Gomlinski G, Gauthier Trahiotis C,Mazzocca AD. Non-surgical rehabilitation of AC Joint Sprain/Separation and AC Joint Arthrosis. Orthopaedic Rehabilitation of the

Athlete: Getting Back in the Game. ed Reider B, Provencher MT, and Davies G. in production Elsevier 2012.