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Spend a few minutes watching this video, in which Dr. Robert Sinha covers the incredible advances made possible with CyberKnife technology.

CyberKnife Radiosurgery: New Options for Benign or Cancerous Brain Tumors


If you or a loved one have recently been diagnosed with a benign or cancerous brain tumor, CyberKnife radiosurgery may be a non-invasive option for treatment.

CyberKnife Robotic Radiosurgery offers several advantages over traditional methods for brain cancer and brain tumor treatment, including:

  • Non-invasive procedure without need for anesthesia or incisions
  • New options for patients previously diagnosed as inoperable
  • Sub-millimeter targeting accuracy with minimal dose to healthy tissue
  • Minimal disruption in daily activities with no overnight hospitalization
  • Treatment completed in 1 – 5 days rather than weeks for traditional therapy
  • Faster recovery and immediate return to normal daily activities

The CyberKnife radiation therapy approach is an established, well-accepted alternative to traditional forms of radiation treatment with over 100,000 patients treated worldwide.

El Camino Hospital’s physicians are among the most experienced and responsive doctors in the world with this procedure. Our doctors have performed over 5,000 radiosurgery treatments and offer consultations within 24 hours.

Most private insurance companies and Medicare cover CyberKnife therapy. Patients currently undergoing chemotherapy or other forms of radiation therapy may also be assisted by this advanced therapy.

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In our banner, from left: Judy D’Eliscu, clinical manager, radiation oncology; James Doty, MD, co-director of the CyberKnife® Program; Robert Sinha, MD, co-director of the CyberKnife® Program and director of the Center for Advanced Radiotherapy and CyberKnife® Radiosurgery; Russell Andrews, MD; and Leticia Crump, lead radiation therapist, radiation oncology.


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