MEN'S UROLOGIC HEALTH
Men's Urologic Health Treatments
for the Greater Cape Cod, MA Area
Urology Associates of Cape Cod, P.C. offers Men’s Health urological treatments and surgeries by Dr. Andrew Kramer, a fellowship-trained urologist. Our team of board-certified andrologists take pride in offering the highest level of surgery available today with a depth of experience and a full team approach.
Contact Us for an Appointment with Our Andrologists!
Men can be comfortable sharing intimate details of their life with our physicians, who are both compassionate and capable of handling anything- simple or complex. We offer semirigid and inflatable penile implants, testicular implants, and artificial urinary sphincters by a high-volume surgical team. Beyond that, UACC is frequently called upon for complex penile implant surgeries, revisions, and second opinions- optimizing surgical outcomes and satisfaction while minimizing complications. With 3 convenient locations in Hyannis, Falmouth, and Sandwich, we’re able to offer our urological treatments to male patients throughout Cape Cod, Boston, Plymouth, New Bedford, Wareham, Fall River, MA, and all of Southeastern Massachusetts. Contact us today to learn more about our treatment options and schedule an appointment!
- Erectile dysfunction
- Urinary incontinence in men
- Small/atrophic testes
- Dissatisfaction with an existing penile implant
- Malfunctioning penile implants
- Second opinion regarding a penile implant
Procedures & Surgeries
- Inflatable Penile Implants, both AMS and Coloplast
- Semirigid Penile implants, including Rigicon devices
- Artificial Urinary Sphincters
- Testicular Implants
Meet Dr. Andrew Kramer
Andrew Kramer, MD did his residency and fellowship at Boston University Medical Center. Subsequently, he spent 14 years at the University of Maryland where he was an Associate Professor and Residency Director for Urology. There, Dr. Kramer led a surgical team that performed over 300 implants per year, with patients flying in from all 50 states and 5 Continents. This experience leads to better outcomes, with fewer complications and infections. Revisions and second opinions are welcome as well.