Dr. Samadi Creates SMART Method to Help Cancer Rates

Dr. David Samadi is a well-renowned doctor in his field. He currently holds the position of Chairman of Urology and Chief of Robotic Surgery at the New York based Lenox Hill hospital. He is a board-certified urologist, which means he specializes in the diagnosis and possible treatment of urological diseases, like prostate, kidney, and bladder cancers. During his tenure, he has performed over a thousand minimally invasive treatments for diseases like prostate cancer. Some of the treatments include laparoscopic robotic radical prostatectomy.

In order to get to this position, he earned a degree in biochemistry and his MD from Stony Brook University. After graduate, he completed postgraduate training Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine with a fellowship at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center focusing on proctology. Then he went to France, he completed another fellowship at Henri Mondor Hospital Creteil, where he focused on robotic radical prostatectomy. His education and training has helped him to become one of the foremost experts in his field.

Dr. Samadi has performed surgeries worldwide, in over 45 countries. He has also worked at several prestigious institutions, like Columbian Presbyterian and Mt. Sinai. He is now at Lenox Hill. An active professional in his field, he belongs to the American Urology Association and American Medical Association. He also contributes to the medical community through his television appearances and radio programs. For five years, 2011-2016, he was a medical expert on the Fox New Channel TV show, “Sunday Housecall.” He started his own radio program and even started own web site SamadiMD.com. His site helps to share health news and information.

His background has helped him to develop a certain treatment called SMART (Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Treatment), which has helped 90% of his patients remain cancer free.This procedure is innovative because it helps to spare the nerve damage to the prostate. One big reason men wait so long to have surgery is the side effects caused by nerve damage, like incontinence or impotence. His new surgery helped to encourage men to have surgery sooner, which helped him with his success rate.

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