Coastal Radiation Oncology - Cabrillo

in collaboration with GenesisCare

Call now: 805-648-5191
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Thomas Fogel, MD,  Jeffrey Rodnick, MD, and Steven Lau, MD, lead the qualified and compassionate team of cancer care professionals at Cabrillo Radiation Oncology Center. The Cabrillo Radiation Oncology treatment team offers a full range of advanced radiation therapy options, including:

  • Deep Inspiration Breath Hold (DIBH)
  • External Beam Radiation Therapy (EBRT)
  • Gamma knife
  • High-Dose Rate (HDR) Brachytherapy
  • Image-Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT)
  • Low-Dose Rate (LDR) Brachytherapy
  • RapidArc Technology
  • Stereotactic Ablative Radiotherapy
  • Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT)
  • Sterotactic Radiosurgery
  • Surface-Guided Radiation Therapy (SGRT)
  • Tattoo-free treatments with AlignRT®
  • Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy (VMAT)
  • Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy

Meet Our Physicians

Jeffrey Michael Rodnick

MD

Radiation Oncologist

Ventura (Radiation oncology)

Steven Lau

MD

Radiation Oncologist

Thousand Oaks (Radiation oncology) +1

Thomas D. Fogel

MD

Radiation Oncologist

Ventura (Radiation oncology)

Cancers we treat

Breast cancer is the abnormal growth of the cells lining the breast lobules or ducts. These cells grow uncontrollably and have the potential to spread to other parts of the body.

Breast cancer is the second most common cancer to affect women in the United States, but it can also affect men. It’s predominantly a disease that occurs among postmenopausal women, with 70% of all cases in women older than 55 years.

Fortunately, early diagnosis and advances in breast cancer treatment have enhanced the chances of survival.

Breast cancer may be broken down into two types: non-invasive and invasive. diagnosed with a primary brain tumor each year in the U.S., and 140,000 patients with brain metastasis. Malignant (cancerous) brain and spinal tumors are relatively rare compared to other types of cancer.

Because they are located in such a critical area — cancers of the CNS are complicated to treat — which is why we work with teams of highly specialized clinicians to offer you the latest treatment plans.

Breast cancer treatment options

Radiation therapy is an important part of many breast cancer treatment plans and is often the last step of active treatment for those who have surgery and, when indicated, chemotherapy.

Innovative treatments focus on precision, accuracy and safety. GenesisCare physicians are at the forefront of research and are continually looking for ways to improve radiation’s cancer-fighting role, while minimizing patient risks and side effects.

If you are just starting your breast cancer treatment, or you know radiation therapy is required, be sure to speak with a GenesisCare specialist. In close collaboration with your oncologist, we work together to develop the right therapy plan for you, all while leveraging our leading-edge technologies, global clinical trials network and unmatched care experience.

Metastatic cancer

Once cancer has spread from its original location to another part of the body, it is considered metastatic cancer.

Metastatic cancer treatment options

Your treatment for metastatic cancer will depend on the type of cancer you originally had. That’s where GenesisCare’s expertise in treating multiple cancers is critically important. Globally, we treat more than 5,000 patients and pool our expertise to continually improve cancer care.

At GenesisCare, we use personalized treatments tailored to your specific cancer and needs. We’re proud to be a premier provider of cancer care, providing quick access to evidenced-based treatment plans using leading-edge technology for cancer that has metastasized.

Current advances in radiation therapy for metastatic cancers focus on precision, accuracy, and radiation safety. Our physicians are on the forefront of testing and proving better ways to improve radiation delivery, while minimizing its risks and side effects.

If you are just starting your treatment for metastatic cancer, be sure to speak with a GenesisCare specialist. We work in close collaboration with your oncologist and surgeon to develop the right therapy option for you. And we leverage our leading-edge technologies, global clinical trials network, and unmatched care experience throughout your treatment.

Prostate cancer

In the United States, prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed annual male cancer , making it the second leading cause of cancer death after lung cancer.

At GenesisCare, we offer state of the art diagnostic, therapeutic and clinical research options for our patients. We pride ourselves on focusing on all patient and family concerns as well as the importance of individualizing patient care with our multispecialty team of expert physicians. 

Often, there aren’t any symptoms during early prostate cancer and even advanced prostate cancer, however, as the cancer progresses you may experience changes in your urinary patten or occasionally symptoms of pain.

Fortunately, when diagnosed early, prostate cancer can be highly treatable. 

Prostate cancer treatment options

Radiation therapy (also called radiotherapy) and surgery are often the first treatments for someone with early-stage prostate cancer. With both, you need precise treatment to decrease the risk for erectile dysfunction or incontinence.

Current advances in prostate cancer radiation therapy focus on precision, accuracy, and radiation safety. GenesisCare physicians are on the forefront of testing and proving better ways to improve radiation delivery, while minimizing its risks and side effects.

If you are just starting your prostate cancer treatment, or you know radiation therapy is required, be sure to speak with a GenesisCare specialist.

We work in close collaboration with your oncologist and surgeon to develop the right therapy option for you. And we leverage our leading-edge technologies, global clinical trials network, and unmatched care experience throughout your treatment.

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Cabrillo (Ventura) - Coastal Radiation Oncology Center

2900 Loma Vista Rd., Suite 100 Ventura, California 93003

805-648-5191
805-648-5191

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