Gamma Knife Surgery, which is actually not surgery but a non-invasive treatment using precisely focused radiation, is one of the most effective treatments for patients who have been diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma. Gamma Knife surgery successfully treats 92 to 97 percent of acoustic neuroma cases.
Since 1993, the Rocky Mountain Gamma Knife Center has treated more than 5000 patients utilizing a skilled staff and physician team exceeding 220 years of combined professional expertise in the field of Stereotactic Radiosurgery. Combined with the staff and facilities of the University of Colorado Hospital, what this means for the patient with an Acoustic Neuroma is that you will receive a level of treatment and care unsurpassed by any other radiosurgical program in the entire Rocky Mountain region. Get more information about gamma knife radiosurgery and the Rocky Mountain Gamma Knife Center.