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DR Michael Zachareas

Dr. Z Urologist

Dr. Michael Zachareas, a board-certified urologist, is a highly respected expert in men’s health in the Boston area. Dr. Zachareas (or Dr. Z as he is known to his patients and friends) has helped thousands of men with both testosterone replacement therapy as well as erectile dysfunction. His expertise in helping men be the very best that they can be, holding on to their vitality, is second to none in the Boston area.

The doctor explains some of his personal feelings about his work, “In the end, I want to see my patients living life to the fullest. So many come in and are gaining weight, have a lower sex drive, or are just not feeling themselves. When we are able to target their symptoms and diagnose low testosterone it is so rewarding to see how these men bounce back and start taking a bite out of life again. It is very satisfying for me to see them feeling better.”

Dr. Zachareas and his team want to get down to the causes of your symptoms. To do that they will do an analysis of your medical history, do a physical exam and then perform extensive blood work to determine your hormone levels. They want to get your body balanced and you feeling better.

The process starts with you. If you are interested in finding out whether you are a candidate for testosterone replacement therapy or erectile dysfunction medications, give us a call or send an email.

Dr. Zachareas was born in Yonkers, New York. His undergraduate education was completed at The University of Michigan where he graduated with distinction and was a member of the Golden Key National Honor Society.

Dr. Zachareas graduated from Wayne State University School of Medicine and he earned clinical honors in Surgery, Internal Medicine, and Neurology.

  • Medical License: Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • Medical License: State of Michigan 2000
  • USMLE, Step I, June 1995
  • USMLE, Stpe II, August 1996
  • USMLE, Step III, May 1999
  • American Board of Urology
  • Diplomate of The American Board of Urology
  • American Urological Association (2000 – present)
  • American Association of Clinical Urologists (2000 – present)
  • American Medical Association (1993 – present)
  • Michigan State Medical Association (2000 – present)

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