Educational Videos

Dr. Samadi Speaks About Prostate Cancer at the Harmonie Club

Watch Dr. Samadi's lecture at the Harmonie club describing the anatomy of the prostate, prostate cancer, the differences in treatment methods, and the benefits of his unique SMART Surgery technique at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City.

Prostate Cancer Survivors Speak

Watch testimonials from patients who talk about their personal experiences with their prostate cancer diagnosis. Learn how they weighed their prostate cancer treatment options and why they chose the da Vinci robotic prostatectomy and their quality of life after prostate cancer. Find out about their recovery after prostate surgery, if they experienced incontinence after prostate surgery or problems with sexual function after prostate cancer.

Da Vinci Robotic Prostatectomy

The patient education video series presents a live webcast from featuring David B. Samadi, M.D., Chief of Robotics and Minimal Invasive Surgery in the Department of Urology at Mount Sinai Medical Center. Dr. Samadi narrates case video of a robotic radical prostatectomy, utilizing the da Vinci S HD Surgical System and conducts a live question and answer session with viewers on the efficacy of open, laparoscopic, and robotic prostate surgeries.  

Prostate Cancer Care and Treatment

Every year 200,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer, making it the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the US. Robotic surgery is a revolutionary method to treat prostate cancer. Dr. Samadi is a leading expert in prostate cancer care and treatment. This video provides an overview of Dr. Samadi's expertise and his robotic surgery program at Mount Sinai Medical Center in NYC.

Prostate Cancer Support Group

This video series (15 chapters in total) is from Dr. David Samadi's Man to Man Prostate Education and Support Meeting that was held on January 14, 2009, in partnership with the American Cancer Society. The videos present data from the more than 7,000+ robotic prostate procedures that Dr. Samadi has performed. Dr. Samadi discusses quality of life concerns, including continence and sexual function after prostate surgery. The Man to Man Prostate Education and Support program convenes every other month at Mount Sinai's School of Medicine, with a total of six meetings over the course of a year that are free and open to all, regardless of a connection to Mount Sinai hospital or Dr. Samadi. Each meeting will begin with a presentation on prostate cancer diagnosis, treatments and quality of life issues related to prostate cancer. After the presentation, a prostate cancer survivor participates in a confidential discussion facilitated by a social worker from the American Cancer Society. This discussion is a forum for men and their families to express any and every possible concern or question they may have. Dr. Samadi will be the moderator of each meeting. Please contact Dr. Samadi for additional information about this program. More videos are coming.

Dr. Samadi's Appearance on National Greek Television

Dr. Samadi answers callers' questions about prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment.

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* The benefits of robotic surgery cannot be guaranteed as surgery is both patient and procedure specific. Previous surgical results do not guarantee future outcomes.

J. Newman

I am pleased and proud to add my comments to the patients list of success stories. I had been affected by BPH (growing prostate) for 10 years.

Ziotis, Greece

<< Έχεις καρκίνο στον προστάτη>> ,μου είπε  ο  γιατρός στο τηλέφωνο. Έχασα τον κόσμο γύρω μου.  Στεναχώρια μεγάλη. Αλλά το πείσμα μου και η υποστήριξη της οικογένειάς μου με έκαναν να γίνω καλά και να κερδίσω τον καρκίνο.

Steve S. New Jersey, USA

Dr. Samadi is a unique person having reached the pinnacle of his profession, while at the same time treating all his patients with compassion as though they are members of his immediate family.

Pat G.

We are both so grateful for your continued excellent care and treatment!