The European Cyberknife Centre Munich-Grosshadern

Munich, Germany

About The European Cyberknife Centre Munich-Grosshadern

The European Cyberknife Centre Munich-Grosshadern is an internationally renowned institution of radiosurgery. As the first Cyberknife Centre in Deutschland, it was opened in cooperation with the University of Munich (LUM) on 1. July 2005. With the development of the Cyberknife technology, a completely new and non-invasive tumor treatment has become possible.

Cyberknife Centre in Deutschland, it was opened in cooperation with the University of Munich (LUM) on 1. July 2005. With the development of the Cyberknife technology, a completely new and non-invasive tumor treatment has become possible.

The most advanced M6 Cyberknife device has been in operation for three years. With the latest multileaf InCise 2, the Munich Centre can treat a wide range of tumours in the head or body. Meanwhile nearly 6,000 Cyberknife have been successfully carried out here.  If the indication criteria for a CyberKnife therapy is met, the treatment offers numerous advantages for the patients:

  • No Operation
  • No pain
  • No anesthesia
  • Short treatment duration
  • Organ and functional integrity
  • No head frame
  • No fixation
  • Rapid treatment time
  • No daily restrictions
  • No hospitalization
  • No Rehabilitation

Location of hospital

Munich is the capital and largest city of the German state of Bavaria. It is located in the River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. This city is not only cultural center, but also industrial and research one. The city is a mix of historic buildings and modern architecture. You can see there the Old and the New Town Hall, the Church of the Holy Spirit, many museums, and worldwide known Munich Park.

Accommodation in hospital

Departments