Michael P. Zelig, MD

Dr. Zelig is a board certified gastroenterologist. He completed his medical degree at the State University New York in Syracuse, NY. He went on to complete his internship and residency in internal medicine at Montefiore Medical Center and North Central Bronx Hospital with the Montefiore Hospital Albert Einstien College of Medicine, located in Bronx, NY. After that, he went on to complete a research fellowship in gastroenterology as an Irving Clinical Research Fellow as well as a clinical fellowship in gastroenterology at the Lahey Clinic and Deaconess Hospital in Burlington, MA.

 

Digestive Health Tips

Eating a healthy Mediterranean diet can greatly improve symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux. 

Adhering to prevention guidelines for colorectal cancer saves lives.

Increasing fiber in your diet and using fiber supplementation, many rectal symptoms, constipation and diarrhea can be improved.

Hemorrhoids are nothing to be embarrassed about and definitive pain free treatment is available in the office.

Digestive Health Tips From Our Staff

If you are 50 years old, without high risk factors, you should begin your regular colorectal screenings to prevent colorectal cancer. 

 

Dr. Powell states he chose to practice Gastroenterology, “to treat a wide scope of different problems and afflictions and using modern treatment to help these patients feel better.”