Dr. David Samadi’s Exemplary use of Robotic Surgery to Treat Cancer

Dr. David Samadi, the present chief of Robotic Surgeries at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York, was born in 1964 in Iran and brought up in Persia. He attained his undergraduate degree in Biochemistry from Stony Brook University and later Dr. Samadi joined the Stony Brook School of medicine where he studied his M.D and graduated 1994. Following his graduation, he joined the Montefiore Medical Centre and Albert Einstein College of medicine to pursue his postgraduate training on the same. His strong ambition, determination, and drive is the essence of his desire to help people fight cancer which he started at an early age. When Dr. Samadi finished a proctology fellowship at Memorial Sloan Kettering cancer center in 2001, he started a fellowship in robotic radical prostatectomy at Henri Mondor Hospital in France.

Dr. Samadi has completed more than 7000 prostrate surgeries to date, and through Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Treatment (SMART), 90 percent of the patients he has treated are cancer free. He has performed operations on cancer in over 45 countries. Dr. Samadi has also practiced at numerous esteemed institutions in the US not to mention Columbia Presbyterian hospital and Sinai School of Medicine in 2007; he was appointed the vice chair of the Department of Urology. Dr. Samadi has been a professor of urology at Hofstra Shore-LIJ school of medicine. Ina addition, he is a certified associate of the American Urological Association (AUA) and the American Medical Association (AMA).

Dr. Samadi has intelligently committed his passion to early detecting, diagnosing, and treating of prostate cancer. He doesn’t stop at this; he was the host of a TV show called “Sunday Housecall” on medical advice in 2011 -2016. He also launched a radio show and a website –samadiMD.com in order to dispense health advice and information to the whole world. Dr. Samadi’s primary area of interest is research on alternative medicines, new technologies in the medical area, heart diseases and other health issues associated with men.

Dr. Samadi recently answered some questions in an interview. According to him, he always wished to be a doctor; he says that he career was inspired by the new advances in robotic operations which are less aggressive than straight surgical processes and procedures. Dr. Samadi states that he acquired his first patient when he introduced the Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Treatment which many men were interested in trying out. According to him, their main aim was to evade the usual side effects of the conventional prostate surgery which includes impotence and incontinence.

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