|Cyberknife of Long Island: Cyberknife Radiosurgery|
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Cyberknife of Long Island treats all cancers. This includes brain cancer, lung cancer and spine tumors. We treat prostate cancer, liver cancer, tumors of the pancreas and rectum. We also successfully treat tumors located in the head and neck area. Stereotactic radiosurgery is an ideal option when treating cases of cancer recurrence. Even if you have received prior radiation therapy we may be able to treat the cancer again using accurately targeted Radiosurgery beams. Benign conditions including Trigeminal Neuralgia and arteriovenous malformations (AVM) can be treated in as little as only one pain-free visit.Visit one of our centers to seethe difference. For otherradiation therapy options such as Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT), Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT), Rapid Arc or Brachytherapy,please visit us at North Shore Radiation Therapy.
The Benefits of Cyberknife Radiosurgery
Because the Cyberknife is a non-invasive form of radiation therapy, it has no complications or side effects. Stereotactic radiosurgery often achieves comparable or better outcomes when compared to other treatment options. This treatment offers many benefits typically not found with traditional radiation therapy.
Other Benefits For Our Patients Include:
We were the FIRST in the region with the latest in Cyberknife Technology.
If you have questions about a cancer diagnosis or a stereotactic radiosurgery treatment and want to see how we can help you, schedule an appointment to meet our team.
The care at Cyberknife of Long Island is better than you will receive at other major cancer centers. Our team of professionals are nationally respected and have been specially trained in the delivery of sterotactic radiosugery.
"Setting the standard for innovative, compassionate cancer treatment"
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We hold the distinction of an elite group of centers that are fully accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR).