Alan Garely, MD
- ASSOCIATE CLINICAL PROFESSOR | Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science
Specialties:Obstetrics and Gynecology, Urogynecology
Dr Alan Garely is the Division Director of Urogynecology and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery. His practice is limited to female pelvic floor disorders. This includes problems such as uterine and vaginal prolapse, urinary incontinence, overactive bladder, complication from previous surgery and pelvis fistulas. Dr Garely is a pioneer in minimally invasive pelvic surgical procedures and has developed the mini-lap approach. He has lectured and operated around the world. After study in Sweden, he was among the first surgeons to perform and teach the TVT sting.
Dr Garely has served on the Board of Directors for the American Urogynecologic Society and remains on the Finance Committee. He has been active in fellowship programs in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery at both the Louisiana State University Medical Center in New Orleans and her at Mount Sinai Medical Center.
Dr Garely and his team work closely with Colo-rectal Surgeons, Urologists, and Plastic Surgeons to bring state of the art care to our patients.
- Interstitial Cystitis
- Laceration Repair
- Neurogenic Bladder
- Rectovaginal Fistula
- Urethral Suspension
- Urethral Syndrome
- Urinary Incontinence-Female
- Urinary Tract Infection
- Uterine Prolapse
- Vaginal Prolapse
- Vaginal Tears
MD, St. George's University
Residency, OB/GYN, St. Vincent's Hosp. Med. Ctr. of NY
Fellowship, Urogynecology, Mount Sinai Hospital
Fellowship, Urogynecology, Louisiana State University
ACS- AUGS Health Policy Scholar
Winthrop University - Dept of OBGYN
Association of Professor of Gynecology & Obstrectics (APGO)
Berlex Foundation Scholar
Outcome of the mini-laperotomy in sacralcolpopexy
This study evaluated operative time, blood loss, time to discharge, and complication rates of the mini-lap approach to pelvic surgery.
Comparison of abdominal and vaginal approaches to pelvic reconstructive surgery
Dr Garely utilized MRI Imaging to compare surgical outcomes from vaginal and abdominal approaches.