Dr. Julia Bulkeley

The OrthoCarolina family is excited to welcome Dr. Julia Bulkeley.

Specializing in pediatric orthopedic surgery and general orthopedics, Dr. Bulkeley will see patients at OrthoCarolina Laurinburg and perform surgeries at partner facility Scotland Memorial Hospital.

OrthoCarolina team members are dedicated to sharing their time and talents with the community and Dr. Bulkeley shares that passion having traveled on mission trips to Guatemala to perform life-changing procedures for children there.


“Dr. Bulkeley brings an indispensable skill set in pediatric orthopedic surgery to OrthoCarolina and provides a critical type of pediatric care that Scotland County needs,” said Bruce Cohen, MD, CEO, OrthoCarolina.

“Continued access to quality care and a continuum of care is our top goal when it comes to selecting providers, and we’re excited to have her in Laurinburg and as part of our team.”


Dr. Bulkeley completed her pediatric orthopedic fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, her orthopedic surgery residency and general surgery internship at the University of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky, and received her Doctor of Medicine from Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University. She is a graduate of High Point University in High Point, N.C. with a degree in biology and has been a professor of surgery at Virginia Tech.


What’s Next:

- Schedule an appointment with Dr. Bulkeley at OC Laurinburg or find an OrthoCarolina location near you.

- Keep learning - Laurinburg's Dr. Ralph Carter answers the four big questions about robotic-assisted hip and knee replacements.

Comments

September 26, 2022

My grand sons was in your office on Sept.13,2022…you put him in a heel cast…well he went to scratch his leg ( with a pencil ) which had a eraser on it..and the eraser has falling down his cast…now he complains that his leg is hurting….is is possible to remove the eraser and re- cast him? Also his original cast remover date is for .. October 13,2022…will he be ok til then… please let me know thank you
- Cathy Schaefer
Reply From: OrthoCarolina

September 28, 2022

Hi Cathy, we know casts are exceptionally itchy but for this instance we recommend reaching out directly to your grandson's provider who put him in the cast. You or parent/or guardian can message his provider directly via MyChart and find out next steps to help alleviate the pain he's mentioning and get the eraser out.