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80 5th Avenue Suite 1605 New York, NY 10011
New York City, New York - 10011 United States
Phone: 212-673-2721
Website: http://www.starpoli.com
Greenwich Village Gastroenterology

As a leading New York Gastroenterologist, Dr. Anthony Starpoli manages the spectrum of gastrointestinal disorders. He is a board-certified in Gastroenterologist and Internal Medicine and is affiliated with Lenox Hill-North Shore LIJ University Hospital, Beth Israel Medical Center, and NYU Langone Medical Center.  Dr. Starpoli has a focus in the incisionless, surgical treatment of acid reflux disease (GERD) and has a special interest in the endoscopic management of obesity.  Dr. Starpoli places intragastric balloons for weight loss and performs endoscopic suturing for revising gastric bypass surgery and for stomach size reduction known as sleeve gastroplasty.  As past President of the New York Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (NYSGE), he participates in various educational and research activities.  Aided by his extensive experience, Dr. Starpoli and his caring staff are totally dedicated to delivering quality patient care.  Whether for routine care such as colon cancer screening with colonoscopy or for the assessment and management of complex reflux disease, Dr. Starpoli may be the right physician for you or your loved ones.

Dr. Anthony Starpoli performs first Obalon swallowed stomach balloon for weight loss in Manhattan, New York

Dr. Anthony Starpoli of the American Obesity Center and Greenwich Village Gastroenterology  was the first in Manhattan, New York, to place the swallowed Obalon balloon for weight loss management.  Stomach balloons are intended for patients who have struggled with a…

CBS Coverage of Dr. Anthony Starpoli and Stomach Balloons for Weight Loss

An intragastric balloon is placed through the mouth using a video endoscope under anesthesia. The balloon is subsequently inflated with approximately 600cc of saline fluid. The entire procedure takes about 30 minutes and the patients go home the same day.…

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