Brain Cancer Treatment

Clinical expertise & compassionate care

Rely on our experienced radiation specialists and support teams for advanced brain cancer care. We offer various therapy options and have facilities across the country, ensuring you receive the best treatment, regardless of your location

Chart Your Path to Recovery

Make informed decisions about your brain tumor treatment

Hearing the words 'brain tumor,' can feel like your world has been turned upside down. You immediately want to know if the tumor is cancerous or noncancerous, where is it located, and how will it affect your brain and body function.

It's natural to have a lot of questions and concerns about what this means for you and your future. But here's the thing, you're not alone.

With our teams of highly experienced oncologists, nurses, and specialists dedicated to your care, we'll create a personalized radiation therapy treatment plan and be with you every step of the way, offering the support you need during this challenging time.

Benefits of Radiation Therapy for Brain Cancer

Radiation therapy is a proven treatment option with a low risk of complications


Understanding Brain Tumors

Brain tumors account for 1 out of every 100 cancers found each year in the US

Brain tumors can develop at any age but are more common in children and older adults. A brain tumor is a mass or growth of abnormal cells in your brain or close to your brain. There are about 120 different types of brain tumors and they are generally named after the type of cell they developed from. Some brain tumors are noncancerous (benign), and some brain tumors are cancerous (malignant).

Brain tumors can begin in your brain (primary brain tumors), or other parts of your body and spread to your brain (secondary or metastatic brain tumors). The growth rate, as well as the location of a brain tumor, determines how it will affect the function of your nervous system.

While brain tumors can be a serious and life-altering condition, advances in treatment options have led to improved outcomes for many patients. State-of-the-art technology, like linear accelerators, advanced imaging techniques, and high-speed computer systems, are helping us care for our brain tumor patients with more powerful and precise doses of radiation than ever before.

Safe, Effective, and Targeted

Radiation therapy delivers precise targeting with minimal side effects

Outpatient Procedure
Outpatient radiation therapy for brain cancer doesn't require hospitalisation or general anaesthesia. Patients can resume their daily routines throughout treatment and return to their customary activities following each session
Accurately Targets Individual Tumors
Radiation therapy uses high-energy beams to target and destroy cancer cells. The beams are precisely aimed at the tumor, minimizing damage to surrounding healthy tissue. This makes it an ideal treatment option for tumors located in a sensitive area of the body
Pain-free Treatment
Radiation therapy is typically a pain-free treatment option. Some short term side effects such as fatigue, nausea, and hair loss may occur, but they are usually mild and can be managed with the help of a medical team

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Experience the Akumin Advantage

Radiation Therapy, Expertise & Support

Advanced Radiation Therapy

We use advanced technologies such as IMRT and SRS, to target even the most complex or hard-to-reach brain tumors with precision and accuracy

Expert Team of Specialists

Our teams of experienced oncologists, radiologists, and other specialists are dedicated to supporting our patients with expert care and compassion

Personalized Care

Treatment plans are customized for each patient based on factors such as the type and location of the brain tumor, overall health, and medical history