David Samadi started hosting a new weekly online live show. The show dubbed Sunday Housecall, started in the month of September and is available on live stream on Twitter, YouTube and Facebook. The show is also available on his site, DrSamadiTV.com. The show will mainly revolve around the current medical stories and healthcare issues as well as offering useful tips to help people lead healthier lives.
Sunday Housecall Set for Greatness
Sunday Housecall is widely expected to be a great hit as it is projected to get more viewers on a weekly basis. Dr. David Samadi will also embark on hosting various health experts to appear on his show as guests. The guests will tackle various topics on physical and mental health issues, and in other segments they will focus on exercise and nutrition. Dr. Samadi will be taking questions from his viewers and offer his opinion and will also respond to live calls in the course of his live broadcast. In instances where Dr. Samadi won’t be available to answer questions asked by the callers, another health expert will step in and respond. A number of the shows will be dedicated to dealing with health issues affecting women and men on separate days. They will also touch on sexual health and disease prevention, and his Linkedin.
Guests on the Show
Dr. David Samadi looks forward to having various health experts appear on the show. He has extended an invite to medical professionals who have peer-reviewed medical treatment or product development. He also invites medical professionals who have managed to publish books and especially those who have authored books on wellness, and more information click here.
About Dr. David Samadi
Dr. Samadi is the Urology chair, a celebrity doctor and Lenox Hill Hospital’s robotic surgery chief. He is a certified urologist who specializes in diagnosing and treating urologic diseases like kidney cancer, prostate cancer as well as bladder cancer. Dr. David Samadi specializes in advanced minimal invasive treatment for prostate cancer, which includes laparoscopic robotic radical prostatectomy and laparoscopic radical prostatectomy.
— Dr. David Samadi(@drdavidsamadi) November 16, 2017
Dr. Samadi originated from Iran in a community made up of Persian Jews. When he was 15 years old, he left Iran together with his younger brother. They left after the Iranian Revolution for Belgium and London where they schooled before they moved to the United States. Samadi finished his schooling in Roslyn, New York. He joined the Stony Brook University where he got his biochemistry degree via a full scholarship. He got his M.D. from the Stony Brook School of Medicine in 1994 before proceeding for various postgraduate trainings and http://www.huffingtonpost.com/author/dr-david-samadi.