A Long Island native, Dr. Frederick Gandolfo graduated with a BS in biology from Fordham University in Bronx, NY.  He attended SUNY Stony Brook School of Medicine.  He completed internal medicine residency training at New York University.  He continued at NYU for gastroenterology fellowship and was awarded fellow of the year.  Dr. Gandolfo is board-certified in internal medicine and gastroenterology.

After practicing in a large group for several years, Dr. Gandolfo decided to go solo in 2018 and started his own practice, Precision Digestive Care, located in Huntington, NY.

Dr. Gandolfo lives in Long Island with his wife and two children. Most of his time outside of medicine revolves happily around doing dad stuff, but he is also an amateur photographer, fitness enthusiast, frustrated writer, and empiricist at heart.




Posts by Frederick Gandolfo, MD

Letter: Can you have a colonoscopy without sedation?

So what about me? Why did I choose to get sedation? Surely I could have toughed-out the pain of the procedure, right? I truthfully think I would have been fine without sedation. However there is one thing that I've learned from being a physician who does procedures for a living: Sometimes there are unintended bad consequences of going against the standard of care.

Want to lose the gut? Good. Start by reading these five brutal truths.

Truths about weight loss, and a simple program you can start today. If you follow the above plan and stick to it for at least three months you will definitely see some major changes in the way you look and feel. Following a routine like this will also prime your body and your mind for the more significant journey to come, the long haul of removing most of the excess weight and then keeping it off!

Sleep is a drug, and most of us need more of it!

Why do we get tired at the end of the day and then spend roughly one-third of each day unconscious? Here are some basics about sleep in general. Also, does lack of sleep cause dementia? What GI problems come from sleep deprivation? What can we do about all of this?