Why a no-scalpel Vasectomy?
No-scalpel vasectomy is worry-free, permanent contraception.
No (noticeable) change in the semen
No change in sex drive or climax sensation
No change in the testes
No change in erections
No need to use other birth control
You will be your partner's hero!
To speak with us about your questions and to schedule an appointment, call:
1180 Beacon St. Suite LLD, Brookline, MA (Boston area)
Other MA locations NOT YET ACTIVE DUE TO PANDEMIC
(convenient for Massachusetts and Rhode Is, southern New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine)
For scheduling or General questions: (617) 879-9827
So You’re Thinking about Vasectomy…
Vasectomy is a method of permanent contraception. Across the world, vasectomy is becoming more and more popular. Vasectomy is simple, permanent, and highly effective. Dr. Sarah Miller is a board-certified Family Medicine physician and Family Planning specialist who has done hundreds of vasectomies over the years.
Vasectomy is simply a process of accessing the vasa (the tubes that carry sperm from the testes) and blocking these tubes. Traditionally, the vas tubes were accessed by cutting into the scrotum with a scalpel. In the 1970s a doctor in China developed a more gentle technique using very fine tools to access the tubes through a tiny puncture. This "no-scalpel" technique has fewer complications and most patients find the method to be surprisingly gentle. During her fellowship in Family Planning, Dr. Miller learned to perform vasectomies. She perfected her surgical skills both in the United States and internationally. She works to optimize patients' experiences and to expand access to vasectomy services in New York City and throughout Massachusetts. She has lead numerous talks and workshops about vasectomy, and trains other physicians on the no scalpel technique.
MA CHANGES to COVID-19 Policy
We are here to care for your vasectomy and family planning needs. The health, safety, and wellbeing of our patients, staff, and communities remain our top priorities.
The federal COVID-19 public health emergency will expire at the end of the day on May 11. You will see changes across healthcare setting beginning May 12.
We stay on schedule. Please come on time for your appointment. Call if you are more than 10 minutes early or late.
Masking: Starting 5/12/23 Northeast Vasectomy will no longer require masks. Of course, patients and visitors may wear masks if they prefer. The doctor and staff will wear masks during your care.
If you have a cough or other symptoms of an upper respiratory infection (allergies or a cold), but are negative for COVID-19, you may reschedule or keep your appointment. If you have any symptoms you will be required to wear a mask.
Our staff are vaccinated. We encourage eligible community members to get vaccinated.
You may bring one support person to your appointment. Support persons must adhere to the same policies re mask and illness.
If you are COVID positive, are sick with a fever, or have recently been exposed to COVID-19 stay home. We will reschedule. Please contact your healthcare provider for what to do if sick. Call 911 if seriously ill.