Division of Urogynecology
Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery
Meet Dr. Alejandro Treszezamsky
Dr. Treszezamsky is the first specialty fellowship-trained Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgeon (Urogynecologist) for Consultants in Women’s Health, bringing his expertise for the treatment of pelvic floor disorders, including incontinence, pelvic prolapse (the descent of pelvic organs), fistulae, overactive bladder and interstitial cystitis.
Dr. Treszezamsky provides a wide variety if medical treatment options. He offers minimally invasive procedures, including da Vinci surgery, and performs most of his surgeries as outpatient procedures, which improves postoperative recovery time.
Dr. Treszezamsky is fluent in English, Spanish and French. He is married and enjoys biking, writing and spending time with family and friends.
- Office cystoscopy
- Pelvic floor muscle therapy / biofeedback
- Pessary fitting
- Vaginal reconstructive surgery
- Robotic and laparoscopic pelvic reconstructive surgery
- Posterior tibial nerve and sacral nerve neuromodulation
- Bladder instillations
Common Pelvic Floor conditions:
- Overactive bladder
- Urgency urinary incontinence
- Stress urinary incontinence
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Vaginal prolapse
- Uterine prolapse
- Painful bladder syndrome / interstitial cystitis
- Fecal incontinence
Very often, conditions of the pelvic floor can be improved by strenghtening the muscles that surround the bladder, the vagina and the rectum. We offer pelvic muscle rehabilitation sessions coached by our team members and assisted by the use of state-of-the-art-devices.
To work up certain conditions of the bladder and the urethra, it is necessary to visually inspect them. This is accomplished by inserting a very small camera through the urethra and into the bladder. This procedure is performed in the office and usually takes about 10 minutes.
Urodynamics is a study to better understand the cause of some pelvic floor problems (usually urine leakage). It involves filling the bladder with water and emptying the bladder while two small catheters record the pressure in the bladder, urethra and vagina. It is done in the office and it takes about 20-25 minutes. For more information on urodynamics, click here.