Men’s Health Specialist in Atlanta, GA
Dr. Kapadia is a fellowship-trained urologist specializing in Male Fertility & Men’s Health.
Dr. Kapadia is a fellowship-trained urologist in Atlanta, practicing at Georgia Urology, specializing in Male Fertility & Men’s Health. The greatest passion of his work is to help men achieve fatherhood and to help men restore confidence with intimacy.
He specializes in a large variety of Men’s Health issues, including male fertility, microsurgical vasectomy reversal, advanced sperm retrieval, erectile dysfunction, Peyronie’s disease, and complex penile implant and prosthetic surgeries. He also works closely with all female fertility specialists (IVF specialists) in the Atlanta area and provides comprehensive fertility care for couples.
VIDEO: Dr. Kapadia speaks about male infertility and common myths on Fertility in Five.
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