Western Michigan Urological Associates is a premier urology practice offering compassionate patient care to individuals throughout West Michigan. We specialize in treating a wide range of urological needs for men, women, and children. Our expert team is pleased to serve you with superior patient care and customer service.

Our physicians are skilled in the treatment of all diseases of the kidney and bladder, male infertility and impotence, male and female incontinence, kidney stones and urological cancers. They also perform a wide variety of urological surgeries including traditional surgery, laparoscopic surgery and the da Vinci® robotic assisted surgery for prostatectomies and other procedures.


John K. Ludlow, M.D. is a board-certified urologist with Western Michigan Urological Associates.

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Michael Traver, MD, FACS, is a board certified urologist with Western Michigan Urological Associates.

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Bradley Willoughby, M.D. is a board-certified urologist with Western Michigan Urological Associates.

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Jessica J. Wetterlin, MD is a board-certified urologist with Western Michigan Urological Associates.

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We know that some patients are embarrassed or uncomfortable discussing urologic health issues and that it can be difficult to talk about these issues even with a doctor. We want you to feel at ease regardless of the situation. We aim to create a welcoming environment where we can build a comfortable relationship to best address you and your family’s health needs.

Our goal is to fully understand all of the underlying conditions that are impacting your health and wellbeing. Our physicians will work alongside of you to ensure we provide the best custom treatment plan to get you back to living your life, worry-free.

Erectile Dysfunction is Virtually 100% Treatable

ED, while frustrating, often requires simple and easy treatment. And it can also save your life.

Treat Your ED

Vasectomy is Quick and Easy …and Reversible

This simple, in-office operation is safe and effective. And it doesn’t have to be permanent.

What is A Vasectomy?


Vaginal Prolapse

Most women develop some form of vaginal prolapse during their lifetime, most often following menopause, childbirth, or a hysterectomy.

Say Goodbye to Vaginal Prolapse

female prolapse

Incontinence Do You Call It Voiding …or Embarrassing?

Don’t let your incontinence get in the way of your life any longer. Help is just around the corner.

Expert Incontinence Care

UroNav Active Prostate Surveillance

Early Detection, Active Surveillance and Improved Outcomes for Prostate Cancer.

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Common Urinary Issues

Have questions about urinary issues? Check out our interactive guide.

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Low Testosterone

Get the facts on hormonal imbalance, its signs, symptoms, and statistics in United States

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Urology Video Library

Learn more about our physicians and the issues they treat.

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Prostate Issues

Prostate Issues Bradley Willoughby

Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction John Ludlow