Robotic surgery at Lenox Hospital has helped a lot of patients. This progress has happened at the leadership of Dr. David Samadi. He is the chairman of urology and the chief surgeon in department. Dr. Samadi is passionate about robotic surgery. Even before joining Lenox Hospital, he was in Mount Sinai Hospital still as a chief of robotic surgery. Most of his procedures and operations are in urology and oncology. He is a specialist in prostate cancer.
Common treatments of cancer are surgery, radiation or chemotherapy. As for Dr. Samadi, he prefers minimal invasive methods of treating cancer. In other words, these are the robotic surgeries. So far, Dr. Samadi has done more than seven thousand robot assisted surgeries. All of these surgeries are prostate-related.
Urology entails bladder and kidney in addition to prostate. Dr. David Samadi is also good at kidney and bladder cancer. Treatment approach depends on the illness and the patient. Among the treatments is laparoscopic robotic radical prostatectomy or laparoscopic radical prostatectomy.
Dr. Samadi originated from Iran where was born and grew up. At teenagehood, his family had to relocate because political reasons. The move caused a separation between Dr. Samadi and some members of his family. It was only him and his brother. The misfortune motivated these two brothers to work hard and become successful.
Dr. David Samadi has received his education from several countries. He has attended schools in Belgium, London and finally settled in America. In Stony Broke University, Dr. Samadi did biochemistry. His urology expertise came from Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Afterwards he did fellowship for oncology and robotic radical prostatectomy.
Dr. Samadi’s hard work has really paid off and his desire to make his parents proud materialized. Dr. Samadi believes in sharing his knowledge through publications. Recently, he wrote an article about several prominent personalities. They were diagnosed with prostate cancer. Mitt Romney, John Kerry and Colin Powel are former patients of prostate cancer. All three patients chose surgery for treatment and it worked well.
When Dr. Samadi was writing about this issue, his major thought was people to live healthily. They will reduce chances of getting cancer. Healthy lives also means going for regular check-ups. These examinations will enable people to detect illnesses early enough and treat them. Dr. Samadi is also mentoring other doctors to acquire his exceptional skills. He would want other doctors to be good at robotic surgery and save as many lives as possible.
Dr. Samadi’s: youtube.