Dr. David Samadi.
Dr. David Samadi is the Chairman of Urology, Chief of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital. Samadi attended high school at Roslyn in New York. After high school, David Samadi received a full scholarship that helped him enroll his undergraduate degree in biochemistry at Stony Brook University. He furthered his education at Stony Brook School of Medicine and graduated with a master degree. He trained in Urology at Montefiore Medical Center. David joined Albert Einstein College of Medicine to study Proctology and later Montefiore Medical Center. Samadi finished an oncology fellowship in proctology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Later on, he accomplished a robotic essential prostatectomy camaraderie at Henri Mondor Hospital Cretel in France under the mentorship of Professor Claude Abbou.
— Dr. David Samadi (@drdavidsamadi) March 15, 2018
Dr. David Samadi is associated with the American Urological Association. He is also a member of the American Medical Association. He made an invention the Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Treatment that he has used on surgeries in more than 6000 instances. The invention yielded fruits as close to 90% of those that received its service became utterly cancer free. Samadi devised the Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Treatment to replace open surgery. The invention was an alternative to making surgeries negligibly invasive by use of the da Vinci Surgical System.
Dr. Samadi has a TV called DrSanadiTV where he interacts with viewers on Sundays at 12:30 p, EST. He educates people on tips concerning prostate cancer, and health in general. When Mitt Romney disclosed that he had prostate cancer and got treated via surgery, Samadi was among the recommenders of Romney’s decision of choosing surgery over radiation. He discredited radiation treatment arguing that patients who want it are likely to develop cancer in other parts of the body as a result of radiation effects. He also said advised men who need a prostate cancer diagnosis to inquire about the experience of the doctor who is to operate them.
During his interview with Ideamensch, Samadi outlined how his typical daily chores flow. He noted that he wakes up at around 4:30 AM and gets to his office before 6:00 AM. He spends most of his day up on his feet. He also hinted that he carries out surgery twice or thrice in a week. He also said that he likes sketching his ideas once they cross his mind. It’s through this drawing that he remembers them and try all ways possible to bring those ideas to life. Dr. david Samadi has received various awards such as the New York Magazine Best Doctor five times, most Compassionate Doctor thrice, America’s Top Doctors For Cancer five times and patients choice award five times.
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