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CyberKnife Stereotactic
Radiosurgery at
Stanford Hospital & Clinics

Stanford CyberKnife
Stereotactic Radiosurgery

The original CyberKnife was invented at Stanford Hospital & Clinics and is used to treat a variety of conditions, with one of the most technologically-advanced forms of radiosurgery. Our treatment team is among the most experienced in the world, performing more than 6,500 CyberKnife procedures in nearly 20 years with two Cyberknife units.

The Stanford CyberKnife Stereotactic Radiosurgery Program offers patients short wait times and the latest radiosurgery techniques. Patients also have access to specialized support groups for acoustic neuroma, brain tumors, meningioma, neurofibromatosis and trigeminal neuralgia.

CyberKnife Care Team

Our team works together to provide each patient with a customized treatment plan. Team members include radiation oncologists, neurosurgeons, medical physicists and radiation therapists with extensive expertise.

About CyberKnife Stereotactic Radiosurgery

This painless technology offers noninvasive delivery of high dose X-rays focused precisely on a targeted region to treat tumors, brain and spine conditions, and cancers of the pancreas, prostate, liver and lungs. A flexible robotic arm with specialized tracking capabilities is used to reach body regions and significantly lowers the amount of radiation delivered to surronding tissues.

For more information, request our free DVD by calling (650) 725-0084 or sending an email to LTovar@stanfordmed.org.


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