This is a method by which therapy is administered from various angles to the patient’s body. As a result, the treated tumor receives a higher dose of the radiation while the surrounding tissues receive only a minimal radiation dosage. Thus, implementing this treatment method helps reduce the risk of side effects in the patients treated with this therapy. Typically you would be scheduled for one to eight treatment therapy sessions. Although you might hear the doctors using few related terms with Stereotactic radiotherapy, which could somehow be confusing to you, it could be either stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT) or stereotactic ablative radiotherapy (SABR).