Stereotactic Radiosurgery

Stereotactic radiosurgery is a type of radiation therapy that can be used to treat a number of conditions affecting the brain and spine, including cancer, epilepsy and other arterial malformations. Like other forms of radiation therapy, stereotactic radiosurgery uses X-ray beams to stop the growth and spread of abnormal cells. These beams are hyper-targeted to reduce damage to surrounding cells and tissues, making it a safer option for high-risk individuals and patients who’ve recently undergone other procedures.

This method of treatment requires a coordinated, multidisciplinary approach, meaning your neurosurgeon will work in tandem with radiologists and oncologists to perform the procedure. Stereotactic radiosurgery is performed on an outpatient basis and does not involve any cuts or incisions. Most conditions are resolved after a single treatment, but your neurosurgeon will continue to monitor your results with CT scans and/or MRIs.

For more information about our neurosurgery services or to schedule an appointment at one of our South Jersey facilities, call 1-800-INSPIRA.

Why Choose Inspira?

Exceptional Care Close to Home

With a team of trusted neurosurgeons operating in South Jersey, there’s no need to travel outside of your community to receive stereotactic radiosurgery treatments. Our surgeons, physicians and nurses bring a wide range of diverse expertise to the operating room, ensuring you get comprehensive neurosurgery services right in your neighborhood.

Minimally Invasive Surgical Techniques

Inspira’s minimally invasive surgical experts specialize in treating conditions of the brain and spine with skilled precision. Our state-of-the-art surgical facilities are equipped with advanced 3D imaging technology, which allows our neurosurgeons to use minimally invasive techniques that reduce pain and scarring, improve surgical outcomes and speed up recovery time.

Multidisciplinary Approach to Stereotactic Radiosurgery

Thanks to Inspira’s integrated provider network, our neurosurgical team is poised to provide personalized, coordinated care. By taking a multidisciplinary approach to treatment, your surgeon will have access to other specialists—from intensivists and hospitalists, to endocrinologists and physical therapists—that will work closely together to diagnose and treat your condition.