Dr. David Samadi is a notable U.S. figure because he is one of the few surgeons in the U.S. that is trained in oncology, open surgery, and advanced non-invasive treatments for prostate cancer using robotic surgical procedures. Because prostate cancer is killing men at a rapid pace, Dr. Samadi has a mission to bring global awareness to this disease.
For this reason, Dr. David Samadi can be seen on Sundays at 12:30 pm ET live on a program called “Sunday Housecall.” The broadcast can also be viewed live on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter. Dr. Samadi, along with medical specialists’ guests keeps viewers informed about the latest health issues and their advanced treatments, as well as general health topics for men and women.
Dr. Samadi is a board-certified urologic oncologist who is currently the Chairman of Urology and the Chief of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York. He maintains a busy practice having performed thousands of prostate cancer surgeries of which the majority of his patients becoming healed of prostate cancer.
This globally recognized success rate is like a miracle. Dr. Samadi invented and pioneered the Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Treatment (“SMART”). Using SMART during his surgeries has given men freedom from prostate cancer cells, urinary control after surgery, and the ability to enjoy sex.
David Samadi was born in Iran in 1964 and was raised in a Persian Jewish community during the Iranian Revolution of 1979. David (15 yrs. old) and his brother (12 yrs. old) had to leave Iran alone, settling in Belgium.
Determined to succeed, David set his focus on becoming a doctor. In 1984, he moved to the U.S. and in six years, he received honors in biochemistry at the Stony Brook School of Medicine and earned an M.D. in 1994.
Two years later, he completed his postgraduate training at Montefiore Medical Center and in 2001 he completed a fellowship in oncology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center having majored in proctology.
Due to his pioneering surgical procedures, Dr. David Samadi has received top honors placing him on several best doctor lists. He is married to Sahar Danielpour, has a son and a daughter and lives in Old Westbury, New York.