Dr. David Samadi is a prostate surgeon who is dedicated to providing his patients with compassionate and successful prostate treatment. He grew up in the Persian Jewish community of Iran. However, at age 15 he and his brother were forced to leave the Iranian community after the 1979 Iranian Revolution. Dr. Samadi attended Stony Brook University where he attained a degree in biochemistry. In 1994 he received his degree from the Stony Brook School of Medicine. Dr. Samadi also attained post graduate training in Urology at Monteflore Medical Center in 2000.
— Dr. David Samadi (@drdavidsamadi) April 25, 2018
Dr. Samadi is the developer of the SMART technique known as the Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Technique. He developed this technique to help patients after their prostate surgery as well with their recovery time after receiving prostate surgery.
Dr. Samadi TV is his live streaming broadcast which includes an online version of the popular television segment Sunday House Call. Dr. Samadi records one episode every week and it is shown every Sunday. The objective of his show is to feature relevant health topics and provide the public with answers and advice they seek on good health. Dr. Samadi does a lot of social media to educate people about their own health. People can also stream Dr. Samadi show live through Facebook, YouTube live and Twitter.
Dr. Samadi has received many awards. He has received the following awards NY Magazines Best Doctor, Castle Connoly Top Doctors, Vital Patient Choice Award, Most Compassionate Doctors,and Community Partner Award. New York magazine and America Top Doctors named him best doctor.
Former Presidential nominee Mitt Romney had disclosed to the public he underwent prostate surgery for a slow growing tumor. Regarding, Mitt Romney’s cancer diagnosis Dr. Samadi had stated Mitt Romney’s prostate cancer is good after receiving a successful surgery.
In an interview with Ideamensch Dr. Samadi discloses word of mouth has been the most effective strategy for growing his business. He also states he tries to make everyone around him feel better about themselves. Dr. Samadi in the interview with Ideamensch discussed how working for major hospitals can be challenging but at the same time rewarding.
About Dr. David Samadi: www.linkedin.com/in/davidsamadi