Hand in hand for the patient
The European Cyberknife Center Munich-Großhadern has numerous national and international cooperations
The European Cyberknife Center Munich-Grosshadern has agreements to assume the costs for Cyberknife treatment with certain health insurances. Please inquire for detailed information. There are also agreements for privately insured patients.
International patients need to inquire for a cost estimate.
For example, the close and formal cooperation with the University of Munich (LMU) and the associated scientific exchange promote the further development of radiosurgery and, in particular, the cyberknife procedure.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Alexander Schlaefer
Institut für Medizintechnische Systeme
Research areas Treatment planning, decision support, navigation and image guidance in medicine, use of robotics in radiotherapy
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Achim Schweikard (Institutsdirektor)
Institut für Robotik und Kognitive Systeme
Development of essential parts of the Cyberknife system (software control) developed. Special cases are discussed and scientific projects carried out via audio-visual telecommunication systems.
The Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Großhadern cooperates closely with the Cyberknife Center, both in patient care and on a scientific level. Patients may be treated in coordination with the Neurosurgical Clinic if surgery is required before or after Cyberknife therapy.
The treatment of uveal melanoma is performed together with the colleagues of the University Eye Clinic LMU. Contact persons are here Mrs. PD Dr. med. Kirsten Eibl and Dr. Ing. med. Paul Foerster. Prof. Dr. med. Dr. h.c. Arthur Mueller, FEBO, is our cooperation partner at the Augsburg Hospital.
In close cooperation with the head of the IZN, PD Dr. med. med. Michael Staehler, the Cyberknife treatment of kidney tumors is performed in selected cases.
The Klinikum Großhadern offers participation in interdisciplinary studies through its special ambulances. After agreement of the experts of most different disciplines in common tumor boards the optimal treatment strategy is determined individually.
The pancreatic center at Klinikum Großhadern offers interdisciplinary diagnostic and therapeutic options using state-of-the-art, medical and technical procedures.
OA Dr. David Kuczer
Facharzt für Radio-Onkologie&Strahlentherapie