Dr. David Samadi:Introduces SMART Surgery And Other Innovative Technologies

Gifted surgeon and Iran native Dr. David Samadi was just 15 years when the Iranian Revolution forced him to leave the country to further his education. He had attended school in London, Belgium and New York City by the time he graduated from high school. His professional career has taken him to even more places. Dr. David Samadi has done his trademark minimally-invasive surgical techniques in almost 50 countries to treat people suffering with cancer of the prostate, bladder and kidney. A busy man committed to helping as many people as possible, several days each week Dr. Samadi performs multiple surgeries.

Almost as important as his brilliant work as a surgeon, is the work Dr. Samadi does educating people about their treatment choices and how it impacts their recovery and the quality of their lives. Dr. Samadi offers invaluable information on cancer treatments and therapies through his scholarly articles, his talks, website, radio show and ‘Sunday Housecall with Dr. David Samadi’, his weekly television show on Fox.

Dr. Samadi is also a regular contributor to many network news programs. In those mediums he answers people’s varied questions about cancer in layman terms.

Currently Lenox Hill Hospital’s Chief of Robotic Surgery as well as Chairman of Urology, Dr. David Samadi is among the world’s best prostate surgeons. He has done in excess of 7,000 robotic prostate surgeries. Only Dr. Samadi has ever successfully utilized the da Vinci robotic system to do the Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Technique to treat prostate cancer. He’s also known for his research into groundbreaking new medical technologies and alternative medicines for treating heart disease as well as a wide range of other health conditions with which men of all ages are faced every day.

Early detection, accurate diagnosis and effective treatment are important keys for helping men successfully overcome prostate cancer. Dr. David Samadi has dedicated much of his career to helping make as many people as possible aware of this. The unique comprehensive approach to men’s health Dr. Samadi offers through his center provides men with the ability to get treatment for a wide range of issues. The center offers treatments, therapies and information for men facing heart, lung, colon, prostate and fertility problems.

Always on the cutting-edge of medical technology, Dr. David Samadi anticipates that soon doctors will be treating patients using telemedicine and performing many different types life-saving operations remotely using telesurgery.

Dr. David Samad’s Social Media: www.youtube.com/user/RoboticOncology

Dr. Samadi Talks Prostate Cancer And The Risks Of Radiation

Mitt Romney, the former Republican Presidential Candidate, recently came forward to address the issue of the recent surgery that he had undergone. Mitt Romney had been diagnosed with prostate surgery just a month prior and was undergoing surgery for the same. Romney thankfully caught cancer in time and was able to seek medical aid before the prognosis got too bad. His surgery was performed by Dr. Ahlering, a surgeon operating at the UC Irvine Hospital, which is located in the state of California.

Statistics show that prostate cancer is more likely to emerge in cases where men are over the age of sixty. There is an extremely small fraction of cases wherein a man has reported prostate cancer before the age of forty. Romney was in the majority category since the politician is set to turn 71 this March.

Men who get diagnosed with prostate cancer usually have two decisions in front of them. The first one is going in for surgery to remove the tumor entirely, and the other is to get radiation done. The urologist who is overseeing your case is usually the person who can help the patient figure out which option is best suited to them and their needs.

Dr. David Samadi, notable urologists, stated that usually, he would recommend surgery to people who have been diagnosed with this kind of cancer. The reason surgery is recommended because it entirely removes the tumor, thereby preventing it from spreading to other parts of the body. People who choose to go in for radiation, on the other hand, stand the risk of not having cancer entirely removed from their body. Being exposed to high amounts of radiation can also be harmful to the body, which is why doctors mainly see that as the last resort only after they have ruled out every other course of treatment.

Dr. Samadi also explains that men who are exposed to a high amount of radiation are also more likely to develop a second kind of cancer. High radiation exposure is known to be one of the most significant contributors to the development of cancer cells within the body, which can lead to further harm. People who have been diagnosed with testicular cancer and who have had surgery have a higher survival rate than those who are diagnosed but choose to go in for other options like radiation, which might not be the best in every case.

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