Comprehensive Los Angeles Cancer Center
If you live in the greater Los Angeles area and have been diagnosed with any type of cancer, you owe it to yourself to consult with the radiation oncology experts at Pasadena CyberKnife Center. They will be able to discuss with you this pain-free cancer treatment that is clinically proven to treat most types of cancer and the options it may have for you. And, they are committed to working with you at any cancer stage to create the most positive outcomes for you and your family.
The CyberKnife system successfully orchestrates intricate imaging systems and software with a flexible, robotic arm to pinpoint your cancerous cells with such accuracy it tracks even the most miniscule movement. Because CyberKnife is so precise, your surrounding healthy structures are not damaged and your side effects are extinguished. It also offers a shorter and more comfortable treatment process. Unlike conventional cancer treatments which can include up to 45 sessions over the course of nine weeks, CyberKnife’s short daily treatments can be completed in just five days. Treatments are applied in our comfortable Pasadena offices – the first and only free-standing CyberKnife radiosurgery center in the Los Angeles area.
Conditions We Treat
Attacking Cancer From All Sides
Regardless of the type and condition of your cancer, we believe there is hope. Our cancer doctors utilize the renowned technology of the CyberKnife system to literally attack your cancer from all sides and in the most difficult to reach locations. We’re here to provide you and your family passionate support, education and care throughout the treatment process. Click on an image below to learn more about the specific conditions CyberKnife can treat.
Call Your Los Angeles Radiation Oncologist Today
Call our Pasadena office today at (626) 325-0777 to find out how CyberKnife could be an option for your cancer treatment. We look forward to analyzing your treatment options with you and explaining how CyberKnife may provide the best quality of life treatment available.
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