Advanced radiation therapy in Orlando
We understand that the need for radiation treatment can be overwhelming and even frightening. However, our highly trained team of oncology specialists are here to help you feel more at ease and prepared every step of the way.
Compassionate radiological cancer care
We are committed to bringing you precise and effective care, both through the power of our treatment technology and through compassionate support.
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About HCA Florida Lake Nona Radiation Oncology Specialists
We are proud to provide advanced radiological treatment techniques to address multiple types of cancer in a noninvasive and precise way.
Our radiation oncology services
Radiation oncology is also known as radiation therapy or radiotherapy. It uses high-energy beams of radiation to directly target and destroy cancerous and noncancerous tumor cells.
It is most often used to treat cancers of the head and neck, as well as breast cancer, cervical cancer and prostate cancer. It can also be used to address many other types of cancer.
Radiotherapy treatments we offer
We are able to provide a range of cancer treatments, including:
Brachytherapy is a form of internal radiation treatment in which tiny beads or capsules are placed into or very near the tumor. This treatment is very direct, and minimizes possible damage to nearby healthy tissue
Intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT)
IMRT is one of the most advanced radiation techniques available. It uses computer-controlled radiation beams that are shaped to surround the tumor, changing intensity and angle to treat the affected tissue with the most precise possible dose.
Stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT)
This method of radiotherapy uses advanced 3D imaging to pinpoint tumors throughout the body and treat them with directed beams of radiation. This method is also sometimes called stereotactic radiosurgery, but it is entirely noninvasive.
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