Doctor Sach is a Leader

in Non-Surgical Treatment of hemorrhoids 


Upper GI Endoscopy

Wireless Capsule Endoscopy

Colon Cancer Prevention Program

MD Supervised Weight Loss


Aspiration Therapy for 

Weight Loss

Balloon Placement for 

Weight Loss

Breath Testing for H-Pylori

Mind Body Medicine Services

Non-Surgical Treatment 

of Hemorroids

Holistic & Alternative

 Medicine Services

Anorectal Health

Liver Health


Acid Reflux and Heartburn

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Gallbladder Dysfunction

Pancreatic Disorders


Eating Disorders

Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Liver Disease

Gluten Intolerance

Cancer Prevention


Brain Gut Axis Imbalance


"During the endoscopy DR. Sach was so diligent that he found a tiny lesion in an area that he was not even supposed to be looking at. His meticulous endoscopy found a small cancerous growth that was found at a very early stage. For his thorough work in an otherwise simple procedure, I think Dr. Sach might have saved my fathers life."

Michael N.

"This office is the best. Staff are friendly and personable. Dr. Sach is a personable and likeable. I would definitely go back to see him if necessary."

Richard B.

"I had a great colonoscopy by Dr Sach. He is one of the finest doctors around. I never met such a compassionate man and his staff. I would highly recommend him for your doctor."

Michelle D.

Our philosophy is to treat each and every patient as if they were members of our own family. We view the patient as a whole, paying particular attention to effects of stress on digestive health. Doctor Sach is known by his peers as the "Exceptional Diagnostician". Patients have often described him as a "Great Listener". He has been the recipient of the "Super Doctor" designation 2 years in a row.

 Doctor Sach's specific research interest within the field of gastroenterology has been in the field of "Mind-Body Medicine" where particular attention is paid to the perplexing interplay of stress on the digestive system. Examples of diseases in this field include Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) which doctor Sach has studied while doing research at UCLA-Center for Neuro-Visceral Sciences and Women's health. Dr. Sach has presented his research findings in national and international Symposia and has received special recognition in this field by the American College of Gastroenterology.