Radiation Therapy for Cancer Treatment 


Radiation therapy is used to treat almost every type of cancer and even several non-cancerous conditions.

Our radiation oncologist works closely with medical and surgical oncology, diagnostics, pathology, genetic risk evaluation, and supportive care to deliver unparalleled continuity of care.


Radiation in Combination with Surgery

Physicians may recommend radiation prior to surgery to shrink the size of the tumor or when the location restricts surgical options. Patients may be advised to receive radiation after surgery to remove remaining cancer cells.


Radiation with Chemotherapy

Radiation therapy can be used as a main treatment or in combination with chemotherapy.


Radiation to Relieve Symptoms

Radiation therapy may be recommended to relieve symptoms by reducing the size of the tumor and its effects on surrounding organs and tissues.

Benefits of Radiation Therapy

Our advanced technology allows us to seamlessly integrate sophisticated imaging and radiation delivery treatments, offering patients a personalized treatment plan based on their individual needs.

  • Shorter treatment times - radiation therapy treatments are administrated daily in approximately ten minutes. This allows patients to be in and out quickly with minimal disruption to their day.
  • Targeted precision - Our advanced technology allows us to target tumors precisely, delivering efficient and accurate treatment while protecting vital organs and surrounding tissue, thereby reducing the number of side effects.  
  • Customized treatment - Our physician will customize a personalized treatment plan for each patient. We provide a range of treatment options for various types of cancer. 
  • Convenience - We work to accommodate your schedule so you can continue with your daily activities. Our office is located in Daytona Beach, eliminating the need for daily travel.

  • Comfort and care - our team is focused on providing the most comfortable and supportive experience during your treatment. Through a two-way communication system, a radiation therapist can stay in constant contact with the patient for the entirety of their treatment. 

Affiliation With The US Oncology Network

Our clinic is part of The US Oncology Network (The Network), a community of more than 1,400 independent physicians dedicated to delivering value-based, integrated care to patients — close to home. Through The Network, these independent doctors come together to form a community of shared expertise and resources dedicated to advancing local cancer care and to delivering better patient outcomes.