In this article, we have covered the following aspects of Cyberknife Radiosurgery:
- Best Hospitals in India for Cyberknife Radiosurgery
- Top Specialists in India for Cyberknife Radiosurgery
- Cost of Cyberknife Radiosurgery
- Understanding Cyberknife Radiosurgery
Best Doctors and Hospitals in India for Cyberknife Radiosurgery
Following is a list of the most reputed specialists in India for the treatment of Cyberknife Radiosurgery.
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|Doctor Image||Dr. Name||Specialty||Hospital Associated||Contact Doctor||City|
|Dr. BK Mohanti||Radiation Oncologist||Fortis Memorial Research Institute||Gurgaon|
|Dr. Tejinder Kataria||Radiation Oncologist||Medanta - The Medicity||Gurgaon|
|Dr. Subodh Chandra Pande||Radiation Oncologist||Artemis Hospital||Gurgaon|
|Dr. Kaustav Talapatra||Radiation Oncologist||Kokilaben Dhirubai Ambani Hospital||Mumbai|
|Dr. Anil Kumar Anand||Radiation Oncologist||Max Super Specialty Hospital||Delhi|
|Dr. Sudarsan De||Radiation Oncologist||Jaypee Hospital||Noida|
Cost of Cyberknife Radiosurgery
Cyberknife procedure will start at about USD 5,000 and can go upto about USD 10,000 depending on the areas targeted for the procedure & treatment objectives. To get the best cost estimate for the procedure in India, please share your medical reports in the contact form below this page.
Cyberknife is a form of radiation therapy and a treatment alternative for various types of tumors in the body with an accuracy of sub-millimeter. The technique is an ultra-fast method to provide most precise radiosurgical treatment of cancerous and non-cancerous tumors that are difficult to operate. It can be used to treat tumors or lesions in any part of the body, such as the spine, brain, lung, prostate, kidney, liver, and pancreas.
Cyberknife robotic system consists of a compact radiation device with a robotic arm, which can access all body parts. The technique uses high doses of radiations to destroy tumors and prevent the growth of cancer cells. The frequency of Cyberknife therapy depends upon the location and type of the tumor. Generally you may have to undergo about one-five sessions within a week’s time.
The procedure is painless non-invasive form of radiosurgery. It does not require anesthesia and hospitalization. The patient can immediately return to normal routine.
The results of Cyberknife radiosurgery may vary with patient to patient based on medical condition. Tumors may either disappear slowly or stop growing. Periodic CAT scan or MRI would be done to examine effects of Cyberknife treatment given.
Note (for foreign patients):
Besides South Asian countries (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka), every year, India gets thousands of medical tourists from African countries- Nigeria, Kenya, Ethiopia, Sudan, Uganda, Ghana, Somalia,Gambia etc and Middle Eastern countries like Iraq, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Oman, UAE, Yemen etc. Hence, if you are a citizen of any of these countries, there is good likelihood that you will be meeting some fellow citizens or same language speakers in the major hospitals in India. Almost all the top hospitals have translators for people of these region. Our patient support team is also well placed to assist you.