Dr. David Samadi began his secondary education at Stony Brook University, and finished his postgraduate work at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He finished two fellowships, first at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, then Henri Mondor Hospital Creteil. Now Dr. David Samadi is Chief of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York, NY. His work in minimally invasive surgery is constantly growing and catching attention.Dr. David Samadi is currently augmenting a new prostate removal procedure. He is always looking for ways to improve not just survival in patients, but standard of living. By looking at new ways to remove the prostate, he can potentially save many men from devastating side effects such as, lack of urinary control and impotence.
These reaons prevent many men from removal of their prostate. SMART surgery, Samadi Modified Advance Robotic Technique, will be capable of avoiding damage to nerves around the prostate. Men no longer need fear the possible consequences of traditional prostate procedures.Dr. David Samadi is truly a visionary. Ideas come to him sometimes early in the morning randomly. Having an impressive photographic memory he solves most of his problems through drawings. Once he gets an idea in his head that he believes can help, he works on next establishing a team of individuals that could make this idea become a reality. He even establishes the roles of the team and communicates how each team member would bring the idea to life.
The way he keeps himself going is by keeping constant positive energy in his life and avoiding negative energy. He also has a habit of waking up early, as he believes he then has a head start on the rest of the world that most likely still in bed sleeping. To manage all the ideas, workload, and sometimes stress he practices deep breathing and an active physical and social life. He believes sticking to a rigid schedule is how he finds success through a routine that brings yields results. Matter of fact, nearly all of Dr. David Samadi patients come to him via word of mouth. He sees the value efficiency, patience, and never sacrificing on quality. That being too busy is no reason for giving a patient less than 100 percent.In conclusion Dr. David Samadi through his hard work, self made positive atmosphere, and a little fun is changing medicine one early day at time.