The primary treatment for Carpenter Syndrome is surgery. Surgery is used to correct the craniofacial and skeletal abnormalities associated with the condition. This may include reconstructive surgery to correct the shape of the skull, jaw, and face, as well as surgery to correct any heart defects. Other treatments may include physical therapy to help with any motor delays, speech therapy to help with communication, and occupational therapy to help with daily activities. In some cases, medications may be prescribed to help with any associated medical conditions.