Gamma Knife Delivers Targeted Treatment for Meningiomas

Imagine going from perfectly healthy one day to fighting a brain tumor the next. That frightening scenario became a reality for Steve Murphy after he unexpectedly suffered a seizure while on a business trip.

Steve was diagnosed with a meningioma, a noncancerous brain tumor that develops from tissue covering the brain and spinal cord. It was an anxious and uncertain time for Steve, but from the beginning, he was sure of where he wanted to be treated: The Valley Hospital Gamma Knife Center.

Read more about how Gamma Knife radiosurgery skillfully treated Steve’s meningioma – and how the center’s compassionate staff eased his anxiety during the noninvasive treatment.

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Acoustic Neuroma Scar: What to Expect

You’ve been having some dizziness lately and, you feel like your hearing is blunted. You make an appointment with your physician and, after some tests, you’re diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma. That means

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