CyberKnife was invented at Stanford and treats a variety of conditions with high-dose radiation therapy. 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 Stereotactic Radiosurgery Program at Advanced Medicine Center Building
Testimonials from patients treated at Stanford CyberKnife Center
"I wanted to let you know that I just finished the Virginia 2011 Tough Mudder event this past weekend, and I have you to thank for it. This was a 10+ miles military style obstacle course with 25 obstacles, and was quite unforgiving. I could go across a shaky, long and narrow balance beam ¾ of the way, while a lot of other participants could not. I went through 23 obstacles and the 10+ miles without a problem. I did not feel dizzy, even at altitude. I cannot tell you how much I appreciate your care of me, and your attention to my treatment and to the issues that I had had with post-radiation effects. I did not think I could do this event, but I did, and I did well!" - Laleh, Virginia
"I would like to express my gratitude and commend all the following individuals who were responsible for my excellent care and treatment in receiving CyberKnife radiation therapy. Their concern for my feelings and comfort as well as their experienced professionalism made the process one I could accommodate. They are Robert Jackler, MD; Iris C. Gibbs, MD; Marco Lee, MD; Jackei Lo, RTT; Larry Jang, RTT; Le Wang, PhD; Sandy Jow, RN; Sandy Kuerth, RTT; Jennifer Sears, Appointment Coordinator." - Shirley, San Francisco
"As I made it back home safe and sound, I want to take the opportunity of the holiday season to say thank you so much for your help. You made things so easy for me. The least I can say is that things were perfect by all means from the day I arrived until the day I left. And all that was because of your help and attention to details!" - Ziyad, Saudi Arabia
Sharon Tong was unsure what to do when diagnosed with a meningioma. Compassionate staff at Stanford helped her choose a treatment plan that succeeded.
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