Brain Cancer Treatment - Payment Options - Phoenix CyberKnife
 

Insurance and Uninsured Payment Options for Brain Cancer Treatment at Phoenix CyberKnife

 

What Is CyberKnife?

Today, there are many different treatment options for brain cancer or head and neck tumors. Radiation therapy has had successful results in the past, and now the Phoenix CyberKnife and Radiation Oncology Center offers the most advanced form of radiation therapy for brain, head, and neck tumors: the CyberKnife Robotic Radiosurgery System.

The CyberKnife System is a non-invasive alternative to brain cancer surgery for both operable and inoperable tumors. No uncomfortable head frames with bolts or screws are required during treatment; the patient lies comfortably while the CyberKnife System targets the tumor’s exactly location with sub-millimeter accuracy before radiation is delivered. This exactness limits the amount of exposure to nearby organs, nerves, or tissues.

Treatment with CyberKnife is performed on an outpatient basis, requiring no overnight stays in the hospital, and the treatment is completed in 1-5 days.

Our team at Phoenix CyberKnife will work with you to determine the best course for treatment, whether you have CyberKnife as a standalone treatment or in conjunction with other treatments.  

Insurance and Payment Options

Every patient, along with close loved ones, worries about the financial burdens typically associated with brain cancer treatment. At Phoenix Cyberknife, we understand these concerns which is why we work with a variety of insurance providers to help you receive financial assistance for your treatment. Some of the insurance companies we work with include:

  • Blue Cross – Blue Shield
  • United Healthcare
  • Medicare
  • And more…

We also offer options for uninsured patients. We gladly accept cash for your treatments, or we can meet with you to establish a payment plan if that would better suit your situation. Regardless of your insurance status, we will work with you so that you can receive the most advanced radiation therapy available.

Contact us today for more information about our treatment options, accepted insurance providers, and payment plans.