Urologist in Hartford, CT
Welcome to Pregenzer Urology
Dr. Pregenzer takes an integrative and comprehensive approach to health care at his offices in Enfield and Hartford, CT. The team offers FDA-approved therapies for erectile dysfunction, including oral medications, urethral suppositories, injections, vacuum erection devices, and penile implants. Dr. Pregenzer has also been awarded the UroLift Center of Excellence achievement for his use of the UroLift System as a minimally invasive procedure to treat symptoms of an enlarged prostate. Dr. Pregenzer is also knowledgeable in the use of plasma-rich protein (PRP) injections, shockwave therapy, and supplements.
The team at Pregenzer Urology provides treatment for kidney stones, urinary incontinence, neurogenic bladder, Peyronie’s disease, and urinary tract infections (UTI). Additionally, we provide urodynamic testing, ultrasounds, and vasectomies as in-office procedures for patients. At Pregenzer Urology, we offer a safe and compassionate environment for both male and female patients and each care plan is tailored to your individual needs. To schedule your consultation at our urology clinic in West Hartford or Enfield, please call (860) 962-6600 or request an appointment through our secure online form
Pregenzer Urology is only practice in the state of Connecticut that has been awarded dual excellence for both Urolift and Axonics!
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