The word prostate cancer breaks a nerve in every man whenever it is mentioned. The biggest worry to most men is not whether they will get treated, but how their sexual life will be after the treatment. The most effective treatment for prostate cancer is undergoing prostate surgery which removes the cancer cells from the body.
Sex talk: Twice a week is good cardio https://t.co/ku4M1gzRjx
— Dr. David Samadi (@drdavidsamadi) April 10, 2018
Fortunately, most of the men with prostate cancer have a reason to smile after Dr. Samadi, a New York urologists devised a minimally invasive technique for prostate surgery. Dr. David Samadi is one of the most experienced urologists in U.S after spending many years doing research on prostate cancer. Dr. David Samadi is an established robotic surgeon who has conducted more than seven thousand minimally invasive surgeries. He is among the few surgeons who have performed the highest number of surgeries.
Education and early life
David Samadi was brought up in a harsh environment in Iran. He was born and raised in a humble family, but they were separated from the rest of the family during the 1979 Iranian Revolution. David together with his brother Dan made their way to Belgium where they survived on their own without a parent or guardian to watch over them. Lucky enough, David was a bright child. He landed a fully funded scholarship which afforded him to school in Belgium and London before finally moving to the U.S. David Samadi completed his high school studies in Roslyn, New York. He went on to enroll for a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry and topped it up with postgraduate studies in urology and proctology.
Development of SMART Technique
Dr. David Samadi is the brains behind SMART surgery (Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Technique). This is an advanced surgery technique that takes place in under 90 minutes. Patients who are operated using this technique remain in hospital for 1-2 days after which they are released from the hospital. The technique has been praised for reducing patient recovery time and reducing the overall damage occurring after prostate surgery. Dr. David Samadi notes that the main aim of this technique is to effectively remove prostate cancer and preserve sexual function of the patient.
Dr. David’s comments during an interview with Ideamensch
Dr. David was interviewed by Ideamensch where he revealed how his typical day looks like. He wakes up at 4:30 A.M every morning and arrives at his office by 6:00 A.M. His days are always busy where he performs surgeries 2-3 times a week. Dr. David Samadi checks up on his patients to ensure that they are okay.
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