A well known doctor and chairman for the Urology and Chief Robotic Surgery of Lenox Hill Hospital in NYC, Dr. David Samadi has provided countless services for patients who require treatment options for patients who suffer from urologic disease of one form or another. Patients who are under the cancer diagnosis for the prostate and bladder or kidney receive the help they need from Dr. Samadi. He has helped countless patients that need the minimal surgery options for the treatment of their cancers.
Attending the Stony Brook University and Stony Brook School of Medicine, Dr. Samadi graduated in the 1994. It was then that Dr. Samadi headed up the post graduate training program for the Montefiore Medical Center. He also is involved with the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. After he successfully completed his fellowship, he immediately started to perform countless surgeries with the robotic prostatectomy at the Henri Mondor Hospital which is located in France.
The experience in the medical background field has landed Dr. Samadi working in more than 40 countries and various well known hospitals like the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine that he had then been invited to be the Vice Chair of the Urology Department in 2007.
When he was done working there, Dr. Samadi opted to move his team into the Lenox Hill Hospital where he then started operating as the professor in urology at the Hofstra North Shore School of Medicine. During this time period, Dr. Samadi was an enrolled member to the American Urological Association that has landed him being successful to the point of hosting a syndicated show on Fox Channel Network called Housecall and went on to build a radio program which helped patients with a website dedicated to answering questions surrounding prostate health. If patients are educated to their health and can learn about alternative methods and medications, the health of a patient is going to be better in the end.
Currently Dr. Samadi is creating a technique that will be implemented to remove the prostate. Before this, patients were taken in to have nerve sparing prostate removals which then could have caused them to suffer from impotence along with the inability to maintain their bladders. Because of this reason, a number of men who should have had surgery will hold off from having the surgery. With the new technique, Dr. Samadi hopes to surround the prostate nerves by microscopic precision which avoids causing damage to the nerves and sphincter of the prostate surroundings.
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