When it comes to celebrity doctors, it becomes quite hard to exclude Dr. David Samadi from this list. He was born, raised and spent his earlier life in the Iran Jewish Community. At the age of 15, he departed Iran with his younger brother in 1979. He went ahead to study in Belgium and London before completing his high school in the United States.
After the high school level, he was later awarded a full scholarship at the Stony Brook University, where obtained a degree in Biochemistry. In the year 1994, he earned his MD at Stony Brook School of Medicine. Afterwards, he finished his postgraduate urology training at Montefiore Medical Center. He later acquired proctology in 1996 from Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
— Dr. David Samadi (@drdavidsamadi) February 22, 2016
On completion of his proctology, he went ahead and completed a fellowship in oncology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Later went ahead in 2002, to acquire a scholarship in robotic radical prostatectomy in France under the able guidance of Professor Claude Abbou.
Thanks to his in-depth knowledge in robotic radical prostatectomy, Dr. David Samadi developed a smart technology, which is minimal invasive robotics. The SMART technology enables him to use the power of robotic technology to help him perform cancer surgeries. The surgeries he mostly performs are prostate cancer surgeries.
With the SMART technology, Dr. Samadi performs the surgery by himself and patients are ensured of three main benefits after the procedure. The total removal of the prostate cancer cells. Secondly, patients get back their sex life experience after surgery. Finally, you can easily control your urine after the prostate surgery.
Dr. Samadi works in Lenox Hill Hospital in the capacity as the Urology Chairman and the chief surgeon in Robotics Urology. With plenty of experience in the medical field, Dr. Samadi came up with the Samadi TV, which acts as an informative platform in the medical area. The TV show is called the Sunday Housecall with Dr. Samadi being the host.
On the show, he invites doctors and medical experts to discuss health issues and stories coupled with the recent advancements in treatments. People can catch the show live on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube and ask questions using the Email. The topics of discussion will range from women to men. He gets to discuss exercise, food, cancer among other health topics in the medical field.