A professional, caring, and hygienic circumcision FOR YOUR SON

Now Serving Atlanta and the Southeastern United States

Recommended by physicians, including ob-gyns, surgeons, and pediatricians (Rabbi Schulgasser performs their sons' circumcisions, too!)

Rabbi Schulgasser has performed hundreds of procedures throughout the United States, including Georgia, South Carolina, Kansas, Missouri, Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Iowa, Alaska, New York, Florida, Maryland and Arkansas

#1 in client satisfaction, availability and service--and ready to serve you!

Thank you for visiting my website. If you or someone you know are the new parents of a baby boy—congratulations!

If I can be of any service to you, answer any question or I can help you in any way, please let me know!

Warm regards,Rabbi Elchanan Schulgasser

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Are you a Physician?

    I'm not. I am a Rabbi and traditionally trained to perform circumcision. Many of my clients are physicians, however, or nurses, midwives, members of the medical community and those from every walk of life! Several have supplied references on the testimonial page of this site.

  • Everyone! My practice is divided about equally between parents of every background who want a regular circumcision for their sons, and Jewish parents who want a bris milah (religious ceremony).

  • My expertise is in infant circumcision only. For adults and children in Atlanta, I recommend Dr. Moshe Shapiro, Advanced Urology, 678-344-8900, info@urologygeorgia.com. His work is excellent. (He does not perform circumcisions for infants; I only perform circumcisions for infants.) Please send him my warmest regards!

  • The fee for the circumcision is $500 (neonatal: six-weeks or younger; please be in touch for pricing for circumcisions for older infants). If I visit you in your home, the travel fee is $2/mile each way.

  • Very possibly. I've even been to Alaska for a brissos (circumcisions)! And if I'm busy or otherwise unavailable, I can likely refer you to a qualified Mohel who can.

  • I'll be delighted to spend as much time with you as you'd like, answer any questions, and help in any way I can.

  • Call or email any time. Right now is fine! Before the baby's born, or after--either is great. After the baby is born, earlier is better than later for scheduling and logistical reasons.