Cosmetic Gynecology



Prof. Dr. Adam Ostrzenski established, in the USA ,the Institute of Gynecology, Inc. (IOG), which was designated to function in three branches a) experimental-clinical-scientific research, b) postgraduate education, c) clinical services.

The experimental research produced anatomical and histological, multiple groundbreaking discoveries within the female urogenital tract, and findings were published in mainstream medical journals as well as abstracted—indexed in PubMed.

In clinical studies, those anatomical discoveries were applied to develop several new surgical interventions for cosmetic-plastic gynecology and female stress urinary incontinence (SUI). This clinical research established the etiology of SUI. In addition, the differences between the vaginal wall and the vaginal outlet were also determined, and the historical discovery of the independent neurovascular complex within the anterior vaginal wall (G-spot) led to the development of the new therapeutic modality (g-spotplasty) for secondary dysfunction.

Postgraduate Education

For over two decades, the Institute has provided education for doctors in cosmetic-plastic gynecology with the CME approved program in the United States. Additionally, several other programs were developed successfully too. Fothermore, IOG organized or be co-organizor very successful independent congresses and symposia. One of the most prestigious medical societies in the world, the International Federation of the Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO), invited the IOG to run the Plenary Session at the FIGO Congress in Rome on cosmetic-plastic gynecology. FIGO Plenary Session gother over 1,500 participants who wished to take part in this educational event.

For the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic, IOG provided free lectures on webinars worldwide for 82 countries with registered participants. Cosmetic-plastic gynecology and other new surgical techniques and anatomy discoveries of the new structures within the female urogynecology tract is considered as a great accomplishment for free standing institution by many.

Clinical Service

The main branch of clinical service was cosmetic-plastic gynecology which also included corrective surgery for botched operations. Additionally, IOG provides general gynecology consultations and second surgical opinions. During the COVID-19 pandemic era, the Institute volunteered and conducted free online clinical consultations for patients and doctors.

IOG and Cosmetic and Reconstructive Gynecology Society from India undertaking the next step to organize the 2nd World Congress dedicated to reducing severe complications in the cosmetic-plastic gynecology. At his time, the main objective of the congress is to present how to reduce severe complications by correcting existing surgical techniques.

We changed the structure of the congress by having three sessions in one: 1) a brief introduction on specific anatomy and documented complications of this particular structure, 2) selected surgeons presenting the case-based technique, 3) a round table of lin-up expert-panel will debate on what can be corrected in the presented surgical technique(s) to minimize severe cosmetic and functional complications. Such a concept of a surgical conference will better educate the professional audience by a) concluding with practical correction of the existing surgical interventions; b) the top mind in cosmetic-plastic gynecology will produce integrated conclusions about the correction of surgical techniques to apply it to the clinical practice.

Prof. Adam Ostrzenski, M.D., Ph.D., Dr. Habil., Dr. Med. Honoris Causa