Dr. David Samadi is a world-renowned surgeon who takes great fame in minimally invasive surgeries in order to speed up the recovery time and to cause less pain. In this interview by IdeaMensch, Dr. David Samadi is asked questions relating to his work day, work load, schedule and patient interaction.
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The article starts out with an introduction about Dr. David Samadi and what he does and then goes in depth on his education. Dr. David Samadi studied biochemistry at Stony Brook University and then went to study medicine at Stony Brook School of Medicine, to then finish in the mid 1990’s. As all doctors do, he went and completed his fellowship at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in proctology. He then went to France to complete another fellowship in Prostatectomy. His main field is Urology but he really specializes in prostate cancer and researching ways to treat the disease. Dr. David Samadi also created a technique known as “Samadi modified advanced robotic technique in order to find another way of removing prostate. This technique is focused on separating the prostate from nearby nerves in order to not harm them. In the traditional ways of removing prostate, it is very common to have nerve damage afterwards, often causing men from scheduling surgery. The thing that caught my eye was that he has a photogenic memory and to keep that running, he draws when an idea comes to his mind. So most of his practices and techniques came from his photogenic memory and drawing of those ideas to make them come to life. With his memory and SMART technique, he really strives for results and improvement upon his patients. When reading this interview, there was a question on how he was able to remain productive and his answers were pretty interesting. He explained that he keeps family around him as well as trusted people and a fair share of deep breathing. In all of his answers, Dr. David Samadi seemed really confident and didn’t really regret a lot of his past in regards to if he would’ve changed anything.
Currently, Dr. David Samadi is the Chairman Urology and chief of robotic surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital. He is also a contributor for fox news health and fox news medical consultant. Some of his past work includes: Director of Laparoscopic Surgery at the Columbia Presbyterian in New York and a he was a volunteer at Stony Brook Hospital.
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