Separating Medical Fact from Fiction

If you’ve ever done health research online or spoken to friends or relatives about medical treatments and procedures, you know there’s a lot of conflicting information and misconceptions out there. Unfortunately, this is also true of information for Gamma Knife Radiosurgery. How can you tell what information is accurate and trustworthy?

You can count on the Gamma Knife Center to provide reliable, up-to-date information about Gamma Knife Radiosurgery. Check out our new page, “Gamma Knife: Myths and Facts,” which debunks some of the common misunderstandings about this treatment. Get the facts so you can make an educated decision about undergoing Gamma Knife Radiosurgery.

It’s also a good idea to search for information on government-sponsored websites (think the National Institutes of Health) or sites from non-profit organizations.

Still have questions about Gamma Knife Radiosurgery? Wondering whether this treatment is right for you? Get the information you need, straight from the experts at the Gamma Knife Center—call 201-634-5610 or complete our online form and receive a response by our Nurse Navigator within one to two business days.

Get Your Questions Answered, By a Real Person.

Our Patient Liaison is here to help you understand your next step. After discussing your specific case, she can help you navigate your medical records, answer insurance questions, and connect you with one of our nurses, at no charge to you.

Patient liaisons explain Gamma Knife surgery cost, outcomes, etc.