Dr. David Samadi is well known for his expertise in treating and diagnosis of urologic diseases and prostate cancer. David grew up as a Jew speaking Iranian language in Iran, but when he was 15, he left together with his brother when the tension caused by the Iranian revolution became too much to bear. Together, they moved to Belgium and London, then later moved to The US where he completed high school. Dr. David Samadi later joined Stony Brook University where he graduated with a degree in biochemistry and earned his M.D in Stony Brook school of medicine. He also acquired a postgraduate degree in Urology and Proctology at Montefiore Medical Center and Einstein College of medicine respectively.

Dr. David Samadi invented the Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Treatment commonly known as the SMART technique, which has recorded more than 6000 successful prostate cancer surgeries performed by him. His ability to connect with his patients both emotionally and medically is identified as the primary reason behind his tremendous success.

In an attempt to bridge the gap between patients and doctors, Dr. David Samadi launched live TV broadcast that seeks to give sought-after answers to public health-related questions. This show airs live every Sunday at 12:30 EST. The public can also ask questions after the show, ensuring effectiveness. David is also active in the social network; Twitter, YouTube and Facebook, having over 500,000 people following him. He uses these platforms to sensitize the public on healthy lifestyle, fitness and social responsibility.

Between the years 2009 and 2014, Dr. David Samadi topped in the list of America’s top doctors for cancer. He got awarded the Patients Choice Award and The Community Partner Award. He was listed in the Castle Conolly Top Doctors and The New York Metro Area’s Top Doctor. The New York Magazine recognized Dr. Samadi as the Best doctor and The New York Times acknowledged him for having made the hospital top in the Best Regional Hospitals in the field of Urology.

Dr. Samadi wrote an article on Mitt Romney’s surgery after being diagnosed with prostate cancer. He said that the cancer prognosis was right and that since it had not yet spread to the glands, he would have 100% survival chance. During an interview with Ideamensch, he pointed out that once an idea comes into his head, he usually draws a diagram of his imagination since he can easily remember an image in his mind.

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