Most men don’t expect to hear the words “you have cancer” and are unsure of the best treatment path. The nationally recognized experts at The Urology Group can help. The Urology Group is one of the largest, most experienced groups of physicians caring for prostate cancer patients in the United States. And we are the region’s only provider of CyberKnife SBRT exclusively for prostate cancer.
CyberKnife® stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) is an incision-free, robotic procedure that delivers high doses of radiation with extreme accuracy, for fewer treatments. It is one of the most advanced treatments available for prostate cancer and more than 90,000 patients around the world have undergone the procedure.
Why CyberKnife SBRT?
For men with prostate cancer who require radiation treatment, CyberKnife may be an appropriate option. Key benefits include:
The Urology Group offers one of the most advanced independent centers of excellence for urologic care in the country. This singular focus means our team of physicians and staff is specialized to deliver the best possible treatment for prostate cancer patients.
How CyberKnife SBRT Works
Despite its name, CyberKnife involves no cutting and offers a non-invasive alternative to surgery for many patients. Stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) involves high doses of radiation delivered in a small number of treatment sessions. This is what a patient should expect:
Is CyberKnife SBRT for You?
What you should know:
Selecting a prostate cancer treatment is a personal decision. When making that decision, patients should understand the nature of their diagnosis, the process they will follow to undergo the various treatment options and the side effects associated with each form of treatment. Patients may wish to discuss their diagnosis and treatment with family and friends.
Talking with a physician is the best way to determine if CyberKnife is right for you. Click above to schedule a consult or Call (513) 841-7690.
Although Carlos is nearing 70, he is as active as someone decades younger. And he’s happy to report he does not have prostate cancer. But that wasn’t always the case.
It was Charles’ wife who insisted he go to the urologist. “I had blood in my urine. Turns out it was prostate cancer. I was stunned.” Today, almost 10 years later, Charles is stunned at how good he feels.
As an attorney with a solo practice, Jon didn’t want to let his clients down by missing a lot of time during his prostate cancer treatment. With CyberKnife completing treatments in just five session, plus minimal side effects, it was the right option for Jon.
The combination of CyberKnife’s advanced technology and top quality patient care made Tom’s experience with prostate cancer relatively pain-free.
What he thought was an ordinary drive home from a baseball game turned out to be a defining moment in Scott’s life. He got the call: at age 61 he was diagnosed with prostate cancer.
Scott, a retired orthopedic surgeon, began extensive research on prostate cancer and the various treatments. He spoke with a number of prostate cancer patients about their treatments and the problems they encountered. Around the same time, one of Scott’s friends attended a prostate cancer seminar and brought him back information about the CyberKnife® Robotic Radiosurgery System.