Who are the Gamma Radiosurgery experts?

Specially trained in neurological disorders and Gamma Radiosurgery techniques, our multi-disciplinary team consists of neurosurgeons, radiation oncologists, neuro-radiologists, radiation physicists and nurses. The Radiosurgical Center of Memphis team is highly skilled in using advanced computer-aided technology to enhance neuro-medical practices.

What role does my referring physician play?

The Radiosurgical Center of Memphis considers the referring physician a vital partner in the treatment solution. Developing the most effective solution is a team-based process, drawing on the expertise and resources of the Radiosurgical Center of Memphis and the knowledge and patient familiarity brought by the referring physician.

Throughout the process - before, during and after Gamma Radiosurgery treatment - the referring physician plays an active role in helping to determine the most effective treatment solution and monitoring the progress of the Gamma Radiosurgery outcome. Many brain tumors and intracranial vascular abnormalities are responsive to Gamma Radiosurgery. In evaluating candidates, the staff at the Radiosurgical Center of Memphis relies on the referring physician's recommendations, imaging studies, evaluations of the patient's overall health and prognosis for success.