BATASH Endoscopic weight loss
Batash Endoscopic Weight Loss
In The Media
The 16-year-old reality star, also known as Honey Boo Boo, recently cleared up recent reports that she’s scheduled to get a suture sculpt endoscopic sleeve next month with weight-loss doctor Steven Batash…Read More
Dr. Steven Batash is a well-respected gastroenterologist, based in Queens. He has been selected as a 2022 Top Patient Rated NY Gastroenterologist as a result of five-star ratings from patients through reputable…Read More
“We have to remember that medications like Ozempic and Wegovy are meant for people who are over a BMI of 30 or 27 with one comorbidity,” said Batash.Read More
Dr. Batash is one of only a handful of doctors performing ESG, which costs about $11,000 out-of-pocket, because most insurance companies don’t cover it…Read More
Steven Batash, MD, explains that accelerated weight loss causes the body to release extra cholesterol into bile. Oftentimes the gallbladder struggles to keep up with the increased demand on the organ…Read More
Dr. Batash shared that he’s tried Ozempic for the same reason that women are often lambasted in the press—wanting to lose 10 or so pounds—and he feels much better since doing so…Read More
ABOUT STEVEN BATASH MD
Steven Batash, MD is among the world’s leading experts on non-surgical weight loss procedures. He has worked closely with the doctors who pioneered the techniques he practices, and has countless success stories of patients in the US, Europe and South America. Dr. Batash completed his undergraduate education at Columbia University and received his medical degree from NYU School of Medicine.
As a board-certified gastroenterologist, he is currently affiliated with NYU Langone Medical Center, Lenox Hill Hospital and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Batash has been practicing medicine in New York City for more than 30 years, and has been featured as a medical expert by NBC News, ABC News and USA Today.