Dr. David Samadi Is Creating A Brighter Future For Men With Prostate Cancer

1:28 am on January 12, 2018

Dr. David Samadi works with Lenox Hill Hospital in New York as its Chief of Robotic Surgery. His passion for treating prostate cancer has led him to develop a unique and cutting-edge surgical treatment for prostate cancer that doesn’t damage the nerves around the prostate. Nine out of Ten of his patients who have been treated by his Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Treatment (SMART) are clear of cancer. When asked how Dr. David Samadi started up his business, he has commented that it was fascination with new happenings in the field of robotic surgeries that drew him in.

Dr. David Samadi earns a living by detecting and treating prostate cancer in men, and his robotic surgery method is much more efficient and comes with many less side effects than conventional surgery does. While he initially found the slow, plodding process that takes place in current medical facilities to be frustrating, he eventually learned how to accept the pace and move with the current. When the doctor introduced SMART, he didn’t have to go looking for patients, because they came to him. It was the lack of side effects, such as, impotence, incontinence, and more that scared these people from getting conventional prostate cancer surgery, but with Dr. Samadi’s technique all of that is a thing of the past.

Dr. David Samadi has been the Chief of Robotic Surgery and the Chairman of Urology at New York City’s Lenox Hill Hospital since 2012. His reputation for bringing discipline, patience, and a vast amount of knowledge in the field of robotic surgery precedes him everywhere he goes. He has been featured on many news networks, television, programs, and other media publications, which includes Fox News where he offers his opinion on a spread of topics in the field of health. Currently, he is the host of his own radio program “World Health News,” and he also finds the time to work on a blog.

When he was younger, Dr. David Samadi fled his home country of Iran after the Iranian Revolution that took place in 1979. After he left, he attended different schools in London and eventually traveled to the United States where he earned a degree in biochemistry at Stony Brook University. After his acceptance to Stony Brook School of Medicine, he finished off his studies and then attended the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the Montefiore Medical Center where he trained further as a urologist.