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Partnering with Louisville CyberKnife

Delivering the best possible care for your patients is your top priority. At Louisville CyberKnife, we share that commitment.

As a trusted partner for medical professionals, we offer a comprehensive suite of services designed to empower your patients and optimize their treatment journey.

Why refer to Louisville CyberKnife?

  • Advanced Technology: Offer your patients access to precise & effective CyberKnife® treatment.
  • Second Opinion Services: Empower your patients with a comprehensive review of their diagnosis and treatment options.
  • Seamless Communication: We collaborate closely with you for clear communication and progress updates.
  • Patient-Centered Care: Our team provides guidance, comfort, and support throughout their journey.

8 Patient Benefits of the CyberKnife Treatment


A unique approach to robotic radiosurgery

The CyberKnife® system harnesses cutting-edge technology to deliver a specialized form of stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) or stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT).

Consisting of a compact linear accelerator attached to a highly maneuverable robotic arm, a key feature of the CyberKnife is its ability to adjust the width of radiation beams during treatment, allowing our clinical experts to vary the beam size and treat a larger variety of tumors throughout the body.

During the CyberKnife procedures, patients will lie on a treatment table while the machine’s robotic arm moves around their body delivering high doses of radiation directly to their tumor with pinpoint precision. The cumulative dose of radiation delivered by the CyberKnife kills tumor cells while minimizing exposure to surrounding healthy tissue.

Most patients will require 5 or fewer treatment sessions with each lasting typically between 30 – 60 minutes depending on the size, shape and location of the tumor.

The CyberKnife treatment may be an option for patients who:

  • Have inoperable or surgically complex tumors and seek a non-surgical alternative.
  • Are battling recurrent or metastatic cancers.
  • Face a high risk of complications from traditional surgery.

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