Radiation Treatment for Cancer in Connecticut
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, you deserve to have the best treatment options available. Connecticut Radiation Oncology, P.C., has some of the best technology for cancer radiation treatment in the Connecticut area. Contact us today to learn more about our treatments and how we can help you.
We understand that we are involved in a highly technical field, and we make the effort to ensure that our patients can understand the technology and what options are available for the treatment of their particular type of cancer.
Our State-of-the-Art Cancer Treatments
Radiation treatment for cancer has come a long way since it was first invented, and there are a number of different ways to use the technology. At our various locations, Connecticut Radiation Oncology, P.C., offers:
- External beam radiation therapy
- Electron beam superficial radiation
- CyberKnife stereotactic radiation
- High-dose-rate brachytherapy
- Prostate brachytherapy
We also offer 4-D respiratory-gated CT simulator planning, so that we can plan out the best way to apply your cancer radiation treatment before it actually begins.
Our Treatment Locations
Connecticut Radiation Oncology, P.C., has two different locations for your convenience. We can be found at the Smilow Cancer Center in Saint Francis Hospital in Hartford, CT, and at the Johnson Memorial Hospital Cancer Center in Enfield, CT.
Each of our locations can perform simulator planning and radiation therapy, but some cancer treatments, such as CyberKnife radiation and brachytherapy, may only be available at the Smilow Cancer Center. We’ll help you plan your visits accordingly depending on the type of treatment you choose and which location is most convenient for you.
Your Peace of Mind
When you receive a cancer diagnosis, you may feel overwhelmed by anxiety and by the jargon used to describe the problem. When you come to Connecticut Radiation Oncology, P.C., you can rely on compassionate, caring physicians that will take the time to explain things to you.
If you’re ready to discuss your options or begin radiation treatment for cancer, contact the location that is most convenient for you. We’re happy to answer any of your questions.