Doctor David Samadi was born in Iran in the Persian Jewish nation where he grew up. In 1979 Samadi left Iran. He attended Stoney Brook University, where he received a biochemistry degree. He graduated from Stony Brook School of Medicine, New York as an M.D. in 1994. Dr. David Samadi received his postgraduate education in urology at Montefiore Medical Center. In 1996, he received his training in Proctology from Albert Einstein College of Medicine. While attending Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center he finished his oncology fellowship in Proctology.
What Is The SMART Robotic Technique?
The SMART Robotic Technique was developed by Dr. David Samadi in treating cancer of the prostate. Instead of performing open surgery for prostate cancer, this less invasive method along with the DaVinci Surgical approach is better. Dr. Samadi is an expert in the medical field of diagnosing and treating Urologic diseases and cancer of the prostate. Using the SMART and DaVinci robotic surgery the results are great leaving the patient’s recovery time less than with the traditional method. This method leaves almost no scarring.
Dr. Samadi TV Began September 2017
Dr. Samadi Sunday Housecall TV answers questions on prostate health. He stresses the importance of getting screened for early detection and treatment. Dr. Samadi TV airs each Sunday beginning at 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. EST. He is seen on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube live. He uses social media to reach a wider audience.
Awards Received By Dr. Samadi
During his distinguished career, Dr. Samadi received many awards, which included the Vitals Patients’ Choice Award, which he received in 2008 – 2014.In 2014, he was given the New York Super Doctors award. In 2010 – 2011 Dr. Samadi received the Most Compassionate Doctor awards. In 2009-2012 and 2015 Dr. David Samadi received an award by New York Magazine as Best Doctor.
Dr. David Samadi’s Comment On Mitt Romney’s Prostate Cancer
Mitt Romney was diagnosed with prostate cancer and underwent prostate surgery. Dr. Samadi believes that Mitt Romney’s projected outlook after having prostate surgery was good.
Dr. David Samadi’s Interview by Ideamensch
During the interview of Dr. Samadi had with Ideameasch he was asked about his day at work. Dr. Samadi stated that he woke up in the mornings at 4:30 a.m. and arrives at his office at 6:00 a.m. He spends a productive hour and a half at the office before performing two to three surgeries every week.