Surgical oncology is a medical specialty that focuses on the surgical management and removal of tumors, particularly malignant ones, using surgery.

The board-certified as well as fellowship-trained surgical oncologists at Rohtak Cancer Care, which is a member of the National Health Association’s extensive network of cancer centers, collaborate with a multidisciplinary team of cancer specialists at the Cancer Institute, such as medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, neurologists, radiologists, plastic as well as reconstructive surgeons, genetic counselors, oncology nurse navigators, as well as social workers, to develop individualized cancer treatment plans.

team of oncologists that specialize in surgery

With Rohtak Cancer Care, you will have access to advanced trained, board-certified surgeons who are well-known around the country for their specialized training and competence in treating your specific kind of cancer and for making significant contributions to medical research.

Additionally, the Cancer Care Center team comprises surgeons with sub-specialties in areas such as colorectal surgery, which treats cancers of the colon and rectum, as well as plastic surgeons, who may do reconstructive surgeries after tumors have been eliminated.

Surgeons involved in the detection and removal of tumors of various types employ sophisticated imaging equipment to precisely analyze the extent and location of tumors before and after treatment. This includes the following procedures:

CT scans are a type of imaging test.

MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scans

PET scans are a type of scan that uses a radioactive substance to detect cancer.

Surgical Oncologists are doctors that specialize in cancer surgery.

Oncologists are doctors who have completed their general surgery training (5-6 years) and then gone on to do a fellowship (1-2 years) in the surgical diagnosis and management of patients. Oncologists are doctors who specialize in the surgical treatment of cancer patients. There is evidence to suggest that the number of cases a surgeon does is positively related to his or her ability to provide surgical cancer care. Complicated cancer resections of the pancreas, esophagus, stomach, liver and other organs pose a unique challenge in this regard.

The Surgical Oncology Approach Taken by Inspira

Our surgical oncologists have received specialized training in order to determine the most appropriate surgical solution for your disease. To shorten recovery time following cancer surgery, advanced robotic & minimally invasive techniques, such as laparoscopic surgery, are used in some types of cancer procedures. When performing traditional open or minimally invasive procedures, we employ Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) protocols, which are designed to promote full recovery after surgeries performed by maintaining preoperative organ outcomes and reduce the profound stress response that occurs after surgery is performed.

Leaders in Surgical Research and Development

A variety of major techniques for even the most difficult of oncological surgery have been developed at Rohtak Cancer Care over the years. Our targeted medicines are used to treat metastatic malignancies of the liver (tumors that have migrated from another place), which have failed to respond to traditional chemotherapy and surgical surgery. A sophisticated radiofrequency hyperthermia or cryosurgery procedure, which uses heat or ice, respectively, is used to remove the tumor instead.


Additionally, we employ excellent image guiding, another sophisticated approach, to reduce the risk of problems during liver tumor surgery. As a result, Rohtak Cancer Care seems to have a mortality rate of zero to one percent when performing this usually difficult surgery – two to four times lower than that of the national norm.


To do this, we have developed an exclusive auto vaccine approach that combines our tumor-removal techniques with vaccinations that stimulate the human immune system, helping the body to vaccinate itself from tumors and destroy cancer cells that have been left behind. We are also using this innovative and promising technology to treat pancreatic cancer, which is now in its early stages.


The extra services required for full oncologic care, comprising medical oncology, radiation oncology, pain management, and social work, are available to all of our patients in a convenient and thorough manner. Our cancer patients have access to more clinical trials, and we have more access to novel medicines than any other hospital in the Rohtak area. On a weekly basis, Tumor Boards meet to discuss, plan, & coordinate the multidisciplinary care of patients with breast cancer, colorectal cancer, melanoma, sarcoma, pancreas cancer, and hepatobiliary cancer. The division is actively involved in spreading awareness about preventive medicine, diagnosis, and treatment throughout the state. In addition to providing cutting-edge cancer treatment, including laparoscopic and robotic cancer resections, our surgical oncologists have extensive experience performing surgeries that cure cancer while minimizing the impact on quality of life.

Get Consultation Now