Dr Thomas Alonzo Cuevas
Chicago Treatment Center
Doctor Cuevas is a board certified specialist of internal medicine and a graduate of the University of Kansas School of Medicine.
He has trained at the Chicago Medical School and also at The Hospital of St Raphael in New Haven, CT where he was chief resident in internal medicine and a clinical instructor Yale School of Medicine
Dr. WILLIAM LIVINGSTON
Costa Mesa Treatment Center
Dr. William Livingston joined Boston Medical Group in 2006 as the primary physician of the Costa Mesa, CA office. After obtaining his undergraduate degree from Delta State University, he attended the University of Mississippi, and received his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania. A member of the United States Navy and Medical Corp., Dr. Livingston completed his residency in Urology at the US Naval Hospital in Philadelphia. He worked for numerous naval hospitals including the U.S. Naval Hospital in Yokozuna, Japan, where he served as a Chief of Urology. After leaving the Navy he served as an Assistant Professor of Urology at the University of Tennessee School Of Medicine. He later established a successful, private practice in Arcadia, CA. He is certified by the American Board of Urology.
Dr. ERIC SICHEL
Lyndhurst Treatment Center
Dr. Sichel is a primary care physician who has been focused on Men’s Health for the last five years. Prior to that, he spent 15 years alternating between general medicine and pharmaceutical drug development. Dr Sichel spent 6 years at Sandoz (now Novartis) Pharmaceuticals involved in clinical research and drug development within a variety of therapeutic areas. He also spent a few years working for and consulting to a number of Biotechnology companies.
Dr. Sichel is licensed to practice medicine in both New York and New Jersey. He received his M.D. from Rutgers – New Jersey Medical School, in Newark, NJ. He completed an internship at Beth Israel Medical Center and a clinical fellowship at Long Island Jewish – Queens Hospital Center, both located in New York City.
Dr. Henry Abrams
New York Treatment Center
Dr. Henry J. Abrams is a Board Certified Urologist with 55 years of clinical experience. He is on the medical staff of the Long Island Jewish Medical Center affiliated with Northwell Health. Dr. Abrams has an appointment at the Hofstra University Northwell School of Medicine as an assistant clinical professor. He has numerous clinical papers and presentations in Urology to his credit.
He served in the US Airforce as a captain.
Dr. Abrams graduated from NY Medical College in 1962. He has served as a consultant to the NY Jets football club and the NY Racing Association.
Dr. Mitchell Buchbinder
Chicago Treatment Center
Dr. Mitchell I. Buchbinder is a Board Certified Urologist and a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He has practiced urology for 46 years and has been Affiliated with Northwell Health(formerly Long Island Jewish-North Shore health system). He was a Captain with the US Army Reserve. He is a graduate of Franklin T. Marshall College and obtained his M.D. degree from S.U.N.Y Downstate Medical College.
DR. KIRT TYSON
Washington Treatment Center
Dr. Kirt Tyson, N.M.D. is board certified in Naturopathic Family Medicine and Pain Management. He has been with the Boston Medical Group since 2014. Dr. Tyson graduated from Morehouse College with a degree of Bachelors of Science in Biology. He later went on to earn his Naturopathic Medical Doctorate from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, AZ. After completing medical school he obtained additional knowledge and received a certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from the T. Collin Campbell Foundation at Cornell University. Dr. Tyson post-doctorate training also includes men’s health and interventional pain management.
Dallas Treatment Center
Thomas M. Nunn was a graduate of LSU in Baton Rouge in architecture in 1978 before he returned to School to pursue his lifelong dream of practicing medicine. He graduated from The Univerity of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas as a physician assistant in 1997. Mr. Nunn practiced family medicine, neurology, and geriatrics before joining Boston Medical group earlier this year,
When asked why he became a physician assistant Mr. Nunn replied simply “like working with people”. It is easy to see his comfortable interaction with patients but also his genuine dedication to their health and well being. “I am able to make an impact in their personal lives and relationships. That gives me a great deal of satisfaction”. He was born in Lubbock, Texas and has spent his life in Dallas. Mr. Nunn is an avid photographer and loves all types of animals.