European Cyberknife Center Munich-Grosshadern Europäisches Cyberknife Zentrum München-Großhadern
The centre's primary focus is on treatment of oncological deseases. It began working in 2005 in cooperation with Ludwig-Maximilian University, and in a short time has become one of Germany's most eminent oncology centres. The institution treats patients with benign and malignant tumors.
A state-of-the-art CyberKnife is a unique patented technology that allows neoplasms to be removed with millimetre precision. The compact robot emits highly precise radiation to affected organs and tissues without affecting healthy cells. The computer-controlled robot can adjust the process in real time. Advantages of using CyberKnife are its safety and painlessness. It is operated by dedicated professionals, medical specialists who have mastered this treatment method. Over 9000 radiation therapy procedures have been performed at the clinic using CyberKnife since its its inception.
Inpatient infrastructure and facilities include:
Comfortable, modern double or single rooms
Private bathroom and toilet, adjustable overbed table, wardrobe, chairs and table for visitors, telephone, radio, TV, Wi-Fi, safe
Green park area, library, beauty salon, playground, ATM, pharmacy, shop, cafeteria