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Why choose JD Lipani Radiosurgery Institute?

The JD Lipani Radiosurgery Institute, located in Princeton, NJ, is one of the leading neurosurgery and radiosurgery care providers in the nation. One of the top neurosurgeons in the country, Dr. John Lipani, is one of a select few board certified neurosurgeons in the U.S. with extensive CyberKnife radiosurgery fellowship training and Gamma Knife radiosurgery post-residency training. Dr. Lipani is known for his dedication, expertise, and superior treament outcomes.

Dr. Lipani was educated under the pioneers of both Gamma Knife and Cyberknife technologies. You can read more about the evolution of radiosurgery and its cancer fighting capabilities in Dr. Lipani’s recent news article. Click here to read more.

Considering Radiosurgery Treatment?

We offer the latest radiosurgery treatment tools for our patients. To learn more about the radiosurgery treatment tools, click on a treatment option below.

CyberKnife®

CyberKnife® | Radiosurgery Treatment | Princeton NJ | Hamilton NJ
The CyberKnife® Robotic Radiosurgery System is a non-invasive alternative to surgery for the treatment of both cancerous and non-cancerous tumors anywhere in the body, including the prostate, lung, brain, spine, liver, pancreas and kidney. The treatment – which delivers beams of high dose radiation to tumors with extreme accuracy – offers new hope to patients worldwide.

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Elekta Synergy® S

CyberKnife® | Radiosurgery Treatment | Princeton NJ | Hamilton NJ
The innovative Elekta Synergy® S solution combines sophisticated integrated imaging with remarkably high-resolution radiation delivery. Elekta Synergy S sets new standards of accuracy and therapeutic efficacy in extracranial stereotactic radiation therapy (SRT) and stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) applications.

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Gamma Knife

CyberKnife® | Radiosurgery Treatment | Princeton NJ | Hamilton NJ
Gamma Knife radiosurgery has been used for decades to treat brain tumors and brain disorders without scalpels. Using this method, doctors are able to focus radiation directly, and very precisely, on the target in the brain without affecting surrounding healthy tissue. Gamma Knife surgery is an alternative or can be complementary to open surgery. Since no incision is made, the risk of surgical complications is low. The treatment is complete in one session and seldom takes more than a few hours.

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Varian TrueBeam™

CyberKnife® | Radiosurgery Treatment | Princeton NJ | Hamilton NJ
Radiosurgery can be the treatment of choice for certain cancers. TrueBeam™ STx with Novalis® Radiosurgery is the latest in advanced radiosurgery technology from Varian Medical Systems and Brainlab. Redefining radiosurgery, TrueBeam STx with Novalis Radiosurgery is a technological leap forward. Performing a host of treatment techniques such as stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT) and stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS), its power, accuracy and speed set it ahead of more conventional treatments.

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What’s New

Recovery From Neck Surgery Doesn’t Have to be Stressful

Understandably, the very idea of any kind of spinal surgery can bring some degree of stress with it. Surgery does require preparation. It does necessitate ... read more

Spine Surgery: Recognizing When It’s Time to Make the Call

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Treating Spinal Nerve Compression with Minimally Invasive Surgery

Spinal nerve compression is a common problem that is typically not referred to in any other way than “my back hurts.” Some people may say ... read more

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