Cyberknife – non invasive, radio surgery using robot arm curing inoperable cancer & lesions
Miami, FL: Cyberknife, brings good news for patients with brain tumors, liver cancers, acoustic neuroma, trigeminal neuralgia and other cancerous condition that are termed untreatable. Cyberknife, a radiation tool that sends prescribed doses of radiation using robotic arm with extreme accuracy to effected parts of human body to eradicate tumors and lesions through image guided radiosurgery treatments curing brain tumors, spine, lung, liver, prostrate, head and neck, acoustic neuroma trigeminal neuralgia and other parts which need to be cured through noninvasive radiation therapy.
Cyberknife eradicates the use of invasive surgery as the equipment with robotic arm administers prescribed does of radiation through image guidance with extreme precision to the effected part of the body undergoing treatment, even to those parts of body that have already received radiation. This means no incision, no blood, no anesthesia, no pain and no recovery and rehabilitation time.
Cyberknife, the next generation of gamma knife, is often used to treat difficult and otherwise non treatable or inoperable tumors. Brain tumors that cannot be cured through neurosurgery can easily be cured, like wise trigeminal neuralgia that has no medicinal cure can be cured through radioactive surgery using Cyberknife. Unlike, Novalis which treats brain tumors only, Cyberknife, outpatient radiotherapy setup, is able to deliver prescribed targeted doses of radiation to all affected parts of the body treating the remotest part of the body which human hands cannot reach. While no anesthesia is given to the patient during the treatment session and the patient can walk out after being given the required treatment.
Morse Cyberknife center explains the uniqueness of Cyberknife by saying “The unique design of the CyberKnife System allows it to administer radiation to lesions throughout the body. Also, because no frame is required, the CyberKnife System can perform “hypo-fractionated” or staged radiosurgery – where the total radiation dose is divided into 2-5 smaller doses. This is especially beneficial for treating larger tumors and lesions near sensitive structures because it better protects surrounding healthy tissue.The CyberKnife System performs painless “surgery” in a unique radiosurgery suite, effectively eliminating the risk of complications and lengthy recovery time associated with traditional open surgery.”
Many patients have benefited from Cyberknife, patients who need treatment and want cure for their cancers and tumors must get in touch with Morse CyberKnife Palm Beach, Miami or Tampa Bay CyberKnife centers.
For more information on Cyberknife visit: http://www.morsecyberknife.com