CyberKnife radiosurgery enquiries
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We explain the benefits and limitations of this 'non-invasive' system for cancer and neurosurgical treatments and how cases are assessed for treatment.
You can apply on-line to expert centres in Germany, all affiliated with university hospitals, for CyberKnife treatment in Ireland or for other advanced treatments.
Technical support services
With advanced training and technical support, CyberKnife centres can avoid expensive down-time and offer safer and more complex treatment protocols
Patients benefit from a wider range of treatments which otherwise are not available locally.
High-precision treatment for cancers and neurosurgery, including some inoperable brain tumours.
Pioneering centres include heart, lung, eye and palliative treatments.
Benefits and limitations of CyberKnife for cancer and neurosurgery
CyberKnife training and technical support services
Patient and doctor enquiries for CyberKnife treatment
Hospitals earn a better financial return on their investment in CyberKnife radiosurgery.
Expert treatment planning means shorter and more precise treatments, faster turnover and shorter waiting lists.
New generation M6 CyberKnife in Munich
MHL works with the first centre worldwide to upgrade to CyberKnife M6.
Brain tumours treated in as little as one day.
Eye tumour treatments developed at this centre
CyberKnife centres linked to university hospitals
Choose from three English speaking centres in Germany.
Each centre is affiliated with local university hospitals.
Brain, spine, lung, liver, eye, heart, pancreas and more.
Palliative treatments in North Germany
Centre specialises in pancreas, liver, lung and palliative treatments.
Training and technical support for other CyberKnife centres.
New CyberKnife technology development.
Neurosurgical and cancer treatments without incision
CyberKnife offers painless, non-surgical, out-patient treatments.
AVMs and complex tumours in inoperable locations.
Trigeminal neuralgia and acoustic neuroma.
Frankfurt convenient for international patients
CyberKnife and GammaKnife radiosurgery on university hospital campus.
CyberKnfe treatments include cardiac sarcoma.
All cancer cases assessed for a wide range of treatment options.
MHL can introduce patients to the only CyberKnife centre in Ireland.
Direct flights to Dublin from Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
Full service hospital in Dublin welcomes international patients.
CyberKnife technical support and training
Expert treatment planning for safer and more efficient operation
On site, off site and vacation support.
Treat difficult or complex cases with confidence.
Creation of new CyberKnife centres
Planning and commissioning new CyberKnife centres.
Rapid roll-out of treatments for faster return on investment.
Cost-effective purchasing and training during construction.
Dublin CyberKnife in modern private hospital