Dr. Rand is a medical doctor that provides services to people suffering from age-related disorders. Dr. Dov Rand is very knowledgeable about hormone therapy, healthy eating, and exercise. He founded Health Aging Medical Center where he is the president. Patients who go to his center learn about innovative treatments to help with symptoms such as erectile dysfunction, menopause, and traumatic brain injury.
He says that patients often come in with a wide range of symptoms that, if left untreated, will eventually become debilitating. Dr. Dov Rand says that many patients aren’t aware of all the newer treatments that can help them lead better and more productive lives. He says hormone therapy is very effective, especially when combined with exercise and nutritional supplements including IV treatments. He says that there are emotional and psychological barriers that keep people from making better decisions about their diets and exercise plans.
The central aspect of Dr. Dov Rand’s treatment is integrative medicine. The idea is that if a therapy works with the body’s natural immune system than the best results will be achieved. To do this requires accurate information about the condition of the patient he says. He does thorough testing of each patient including blood tests, physical exams, testing for genetic markers, and talking to his patient about what they eat and what type of exercises they like doing.
For men, Dr. Dov Rand says that erectile dysfunction is a common occurrence as they age. They often have other symptoms as well like fatigue, stress, unhealthy weight, or insomnia. He says that to solve these issues means getting to the source of what is causing them. The immune system plays a big role and can be significantly helped through good nutrition, plenty of exercise, and diet. Eating habits and being overweight are the two most difficult things to tackle to help erectile dysfunction he says.
Dr. Dov Rand says that he helps patients retrain their eating habits by providing them with support. His staff is knowledgable about working through these issues with patients and getting them committed to a healthy lifestyle. He also works to make sure each of his patients incorporates a healthy lifestyle into their daily routines.
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Dr. David Samadi was born in 1964 in a Persian Jewish community in Iran. In 1979, the Iranian Revolution forced him and his brothers out of the country. They had to immigrate to Belgium when he was only 15 years old and his brother three years younger.
In Belgium, they had to start a life without their parents and this shaped their dedication and ambition to succeed regardless of the shortcomings that life had brought their way. From the onset, David Samadi also wanted to be a doctor, and so, his arrival to the U.S. in 1984 was the beginning of his journey to pursue his career. Dr. Samadi studied medicine and graduated with honors from Stony Brook School of Medicine. He, later on, worked on his postgraduate training in 1996 and became an oncology fellow at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center where he specialized in proctology.
In the last decade alone, Dr. Samadi has performed at least 7,000 prostate cancer surgeries and has almost 90 percent cancer-free, success rate. In his experience, a urologic oncologist’s first step to treating prostate cancer should always be staging the cancer. Once that is completed, the specialist should provide relevant treatment recommendations to the client. In his experience, Dr. David Samadi prefers surgery over radiation for a number of reasons. One, several studies have proven that patients who undergo surgery have a better recovery than those who choose radiation.
Secondly, patients who underwent radiation are twice likely to die of the disease as opposed to those who underwent surgery. In addition, it becomes harder to treat patients that had undergone radiation when there is a recurrence or when cancer spreads to other body areas close to the prostate gland. Recent findings have shown that radiation treatment increases the potential of developing secondary cancer cases, including bladder and rectal cancer. In this case, the patient has a 30 percent likelihood of survival, which is pretty bad for any risk worth taking.
— Dr. David Samadi (@drdavidsamadi) February 22, 2016
He advises that patients diagnosed with prostate cancer should inquire about the experience of their surgeon. Some of the factors to look out for include the number of surgeries the surgeon has performed, the rate of cancer recurrence on all his surgeries and sexual functionality of the patient if the surgery involved removal of the prostate gland. Prostate cancer has been observed to be common in older men aged 65 and above.