Michael Tarlowe, MD

Proctologist & General Surgeon located in White Plains, NY & Upper East Side, New York, NY

About Dr. Tarlowe

About Dr. Michael Tarlowe

Michael H. Tarlowe MD, PC, is a leading proctology practice with two offices conveniently located in Manhattan, New York City, and White Plains, New York.

Dr. Tarlowe believes in giving patients dedicated, individualized, and compassionate care. As a single-provider practice, he excels in treating patients like human beings rather than numbers on a chart. Unlike a large medical group or hospital practice, Dr. Tarlowe provides his patients with a warm and friendly setting that makes them feel relaxed and comfortable in their consultations and treatments. 

In order to provide patients with the best medical care available today, Dr. Tarlowe uses state-of-the-art tools and technology in all of his procedures. He offers revolutionary and minimally invasive techniques to treat hemorrhoids, in addition to providing exceptional treatments for anal fissures, anal warts, pilonidal cysts, and soft tissue tumors. He also performs safe and effective colonoscopies and hernia surgery. 

Dr. Tarlowe is a skilled, compassionate, and highly regarded colorectal surgeon. He was named a Castle Connolly Top Doctor in 2018, 2019, and 2020, and is double board-certified in general surgery and colon and rectal surgery.

For truly excellent proctological care, schedule a visit at Michael H. Tarlowe MD, PC, today by calling the office or using the online booking tool.


Dr. Michael Tarlowe specializes in Colon and Rectal Surgery and General Surgery. 
He also provides clinical consultations, second opinions, and expert testimony and assessments.





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    "...I seldom write reviews but this man is a gem.if your looking for a colon / rectal surgeon. See Dr Tarlowe and thank me later. The best of the best"

    Joel L.
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    "I had an exceptional experience with Dr. Tarlowe! He is a caring and competent doctor who diligently followed up and attended to every detail of my care..."

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    "Dr. Tarlowe has been one of the best doctors I have ever had"

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    "Dr Tarlowe has been treating me for many years. I wound up having surgery and his guidance and care were simply wonderful."

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    "...Personable, knowledgeable, takes time to explain everything. Could not recommend more highly."

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