Dr. David Samadi Works Hard to Rid the World of Prostate Cancer

Dr. David Samadi is the Chief of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York and a man who is passionate about fighting cancer and especially prostate cancer. He got started in the business of helping men out with their prostate issues because he always wanted to be a doctor. It was when he realized how much robotic surgeries can help with prostate treatment that he decided to get into the specific field of treating prostate cancer through innovative technology. Now, he is looking to employ a procedure that cuts out many of the side effects associated with conventional prostate cancer surgery.

Dr. David Samadi was successful before he began to use robotics for surgery, but once he went to France and learned more about the cutting edge technology that he uses now, he came back to the United States and began to really succeed. It was the fact that men could get the surgery without becoming impotent or suffering from many of the other downsides of conventional surgery that drew his first patients in. Instead of employing a complicated marketing strategy to get more patients in, Dr. Samadi knows that patient referrals count a lot more. Since he has always offered his patients excellent service and his complete attention, he has always had a steady flow of patients that come in from word of mouth recommendations.

Dr. David Samadi knows that a lot of his success comes from the fact that he is a stickler for keeping a tight schedule. His routine helps him to be more efficient, and he also relies on his staff who he treats like family. Looking into the future, he is hoping to continue to help men with their prostate issues as well as the rest of their health, and he is thrilled to be on the front lines using a modern day technique that is proving to be extremely successful.

Dr. David Samadi attended Stony Brook School of Medicine where he graduated, and he continued his postgraduate studies at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the Montefiore Medical Center. At this time, he has completed more than 7,000 prostate surgeries, and his SMART method has had a 90% success rate for ridding his patients of cancer. People seek his advise constantly, and he has offered it to them through different outlets; one of these being a show called “Sunday Housecall” that was featured on Fox News.