David Samadi and the Future of Medicine

Dr. David Samadi is a highly recognized expert of medicine who is at this serving as Chairman of Urology as well as Chief of Robotic Surgery. Doctor Samadi was born in Iran in a small community but left with Dr. David Samadi’s brother in 1979. He was educated in Belgium and continued his education in London before eventually heading to the U.S. where he would graduate high school in New York. Operating out of Lenox Hill Hospital located in New York, he specializes in treating and diagnosing urologic diseases as well as several forms of cancer.

The Doctor earned his degree in biochemistry from Stony Brook University and then going on to achieve an M.D via the Stony Brook School of Medicine. After graduating in 1994, he trained at both Montefiore Medical Center and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

Once Dr. David Samadi completed this task, he continued on study proctology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in 2001, and it is during this time that he first took notice of robotic radical prostatectomy procedure while working at Henri Mondor Hospital Creteil; located in France. Dr. David Samadi has successfully completed operations in over 40 countries but moved his team to Lenox Hill Hospital and accepted a position as Professor. Dr. David Samadi briefly hosted a Fox News TV show where he would give out medical advice and also started both a radio program and website, to spread health news worldwide. Dr. David Samadi is currently excited about his newest endeavor which is an innovative operation for prostate removal named after the Doctor.

The Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Technique, also known as SMART. Not to be confused with the robotic prostatectomy that is robot-assisted known as RALP or Robotic Assisted Laparoscopic Prostatectomy. This groundbreaking surgery established by Dr. Samadi is revolutionizing men’s health. This new technique avoids side effects like incontinence and impotence, two big reasons that men tend to avoid the surgery.

The Doctor’s technique avoids damaging nerves and the sphincter by separating the prostate from the nerves that surround it using the SMART technique. In addition to his prostate treatment, Dr. Samadi is also well known for his treatment of both bladder and kidney cancer and is truly a pioneer in his field. Dr. David Samadi has stated in previous interviews that he performs nearly two to three surgeries per week and that on those days several surgeries are performed.

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