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85.6% Cure Rate for Keloids Treated by SRT Post Surgery

85.6% Cure Rate for Keloids Treated by SRT Post Surgery

Those who suffer from keloid scarring are often left wondering what they can do to finally get rid of their keloids for good. Superficial Radiation Therapy is quickly becoming a popular solution to treat keloids after surgical removal. A retrospective study from early 2019 shows that there is an 85.6% cure rate for keloids using SRT post-surgery**. Explore your options of keloid treatment after removal utilizing superficial radiation therapy with the Sensus’ line of SRT-100 ™ devices.

85.6% Cure Rate for Keloids Treated by SRT Post Surgery

Do you have any questions or concerns about this? Here are some common patient questions and their answers:

Who is a good candidate for SRT (superficial radiation therapy)?

  • Any person of any age who is looking for a solution to finally getting rid of their reoccurring keloids.

Does the SRT treatment hurt?

  • No! The SRT treatment is pain-free and patients will have no downtime or lifestyle restrictions.

How many sessions do patients usually have to go through to reach a cure rate?

  • Patients should expect to go through 3-5 treatments after surgical removal of their keloids. These treatments are typically performed right after the removal of the keloid site and should be performed within a short time frame.

Do you want to see results? Look at this video of our patient advocate Tony Perkins and how he turned to Sensus’ line of SRT-100™ devices to help treat his keloids after surgical removal here.

If you are a patient and want to inquire about this service, you can do so here and we will have a representative promptly reach out to you.

If you are a physician and would like to inquire about how you can get the Sensus’ SRT in your practice, you can do so here and we will have a Sensus representative promptly reach out to you.

85.6% Cure Rate for Keloids Treated by SRT Post Surgery

 

**Data on file, Sensus Healthcare.

***Originally posted on September 5, 2019. Updated on January 3, 2020.

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