Alexis May Tran, DO

Urogynecologist located in Pasadena, CA

About Dr. Tran

Alexis May Tran, DO, is the medical director of Women’s Center for Pelvic Wellness, and her goal is to help women in Pasadena, California, overcome urogynecologic issues that are having a major impact on their lives. With the belief that every problem has a solution, Dr. Tran works tirelessly to bring the most up-to-date treatment protocols and surgical techniques to her patients and treats every woman as a whole person, rather than a list of symptoms.  

Dr. Tran earned her medical degree from Western University of Health Sciences in California, in 2009. From there, she went on to complete her residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Albany Medical College in New York, in 2013. Not stopping there, Dr. Tran was fellowship-trained in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine in 2016. 

During her extensive training, Dr. Tran received several awards, including excellence in teaching and endoscopy. She has also authored the book chapter named, "Biological Grafts in Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery" in the core textbook used in female urology titled, "Textbook of Female Urology and Urogynecology" by Cardozo and Staskin.  Other chapters she has authored include, "General Gynecology" in Pocket OBGYN, a core reference manual for rotating medical residents in gynecology.  Dr. Tran has written numerous papers in peer-reviewed journals on the topics of energy based devices for vaginal and vulvar conditions, overactive bladder, painful bladder, pelvic pain, and surgical outcomes following prolapse repair.  She has served on multiple global missions to India and South America, in conjunction with the  International Urogynecological Association and the Urogynaecology and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery Society of India  as well as Saving Mothers, respectively to share her expertise in women’s health and pelvic floor surgery. Her clinical and research interests include surgical outcomes for prolapse as well as noninvasive and restorative therapies for pelvic floor disorders.

Dr. Tran's peer reviewed journals on the National Library of Medicine/National Institute of Health 

When she’s not working, Dr. Tran enjoys exercising outdoors — including running, biking, and swimming — and spending time with her family. She’s also an avid reader and enjoys discovering new authors.

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Alexis May Tran, DO, is the medical director of Women’s Center for Pelvic Wellness, and her goal is to help women in Pasadena, California, overcome urogynecologic issues that are having a major impact on their lives. With the belief that every problem has a solution, Dr. Tran works tirelessly to bring the most up-to-date treatment protocols and surgical techniques to her patients and treats every woman as a whole person, rather than a list of symptoms.  

Dr. Tran earned her medical degree from Western University of Health Sciences in California, in 2009. From there, she went on to complete her residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Albany Medical College in New York, in 2013. Not stopping there, Dr. Tran was fellowship-trained in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine in 2016. 

During her extensive training, Dr. Tran received several awards, including excellence in teaching and endoscopy. She has also authored the book chapter named, "Biological Grafts in Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery" in the core textbook used in female urology titled, "Textbook of Female Urology and Urogynecology" by Cardozo and Staskin.  Other chapters she has authored include, "General Gynecology" in Pocket OBGYN, a core reference manual for rotating medical residents in gynecology.  Dr. Tran has written numerous papers in peer-reviewed journals on the topics of energy based devices for vaginal and vulvar conditions, overactive bladder, painful bladder, pelvic pain, and surgical outcomes following prolapse repair.  She has served on multiple global missions to India and South America, in conjunction with the  International Urogynecological Association and the Urogynaecology and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery Society of India  as well as Saving Mothers, respectively to share her expertise in women’s health and pelvic floor surgery. Her clinical and research interests include surgical outcomes for prolapse as well as noninvasive and restorative therapies for pelvic floor disorders.

Dr. Tran's peer reviewed journals on the National Library of Medicine/National Institute of Health 

When she’s not working, Dr. Tran enjoys exercising outdoors — including running, biking, and swimming — and spending time with her family. She’s also an avid reader and enjoys discovering new authors.


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