About Us | Phoenix CyberKnife Radiation & Oncology Center



The Phoenix CyberKnife and Radiation Oncology Center (Phoenix CyberKnife) is setting a new standard in cancer care, with doctors who are nationally recognized leaders in radiation oncology and the most advanced treatment technologies. Phoenix CyberKnife is the first center in the country to offer two of the most advanced treatments: the CyberKnife® VSI™ System (CyberKnife) and the Novalis TrueBeam STx with ExacTrac™ (TrueBeam STx). With these, our doctors can provide the most powerful, precise, pain-free non-surgical treatments for cancers throughout the body. In addition, we offer multisource HDR brachytherapy for specialized high-dose delivery and a wide bore 16-slice GE CT.

Phoenix CyberKnife makes a difference for our patients:

  • More treatment choices and optimal treatment plans. With a state-of-the-art center; the CyberKnife, TruBeam STx and HDR brachytherapy as cornerstones of our program; and a team of highly accomplished radiation oncologists, we can develop a treatment plan to meet our patients’ unique needs.
  • Capability to treat more patients, more quickly. Our powerful radiation therapy solutions enable us to treat a broader range of patients, including the most complex cases, using tailored plans with unparalleled precision, accuracy and speed. Our patients and their families benefit from less demanding treatment schedules and procedure durations. We can complete treatments in 5 days or less versus 45 days at other centers.
  • Treating previously untreatable tumors. Our devices are safe and effective in the treatment of tumors throughout the body that were once thought to be untreatable, including patients who may not have been eligible for retreatment with radiation. We also have been successful treating patients who are not candidates for surgery, as well as lesions that are considered inoperable.
  • Optimal outcomes for your patients. With CyberKnife, Trubeam STx, and HDR brachytherapy available at a single location, our patients have new options, choices and hope. Our patients and their referring physicians can count on the most advanced forms radiation therapy treatments to be integrated in a multidisciplinary approach that provides for the best possible patient outcomes.

Partnering with Referring Physicians

At Phoenix CyberKnife we pride ourselves on working closely with referring physicians – including oncologists and surgeons – to make the best medical decisions for each patient. From your offices, surgeons and referring physicians can use our remote treatment planning to contour tumors, evaluate treatment plans and contribute to the care of their patients throughout the process.

Our radiation oncologists are available to consult with treating physicians by phone, webinar or email. To schedule a tour or demonstration of the CyberKnife, TrueBeam STx and multisource HDR brachytherapy, with GE large bore 16-slice CT, or to discuss your patients’ needs please contact our center.

Insurance Information

FDA approved and reimbursable by Medicare and insurance carriers, the care and treatment provided by Phoenix CyberKnife is accessible to patients. Contact our staff for guidance regarding insurance and patient care.


Our top priority is the health and safety of our patients. Treatments will continue as our staff is taking extra precautionary measures to ensure the safety of all patients. We are working closely with local and national health authorities to stay informed on all important developments.

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Phoenix Cyberknife Radiation Oncology is dedicated to the health and safety of our employees, patients, and their families. With the recent spread of COVID-19 and the height of cold and flu season, it is important to be mindful of not only yourself but others around you as well. These viruses are spread from person to person through coughing, sneezing, contact with contaminated surfaces and close personal contact. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms: runny nose, dry cough, low-grade fevers or shortness of breath; please contact our office prior to your appointment for further instruction

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