It is normally at this point that you are passed over to the radiation team, these are the people that set up the equipment, tell you what is going on and ensure that you get the right dose. The above patient informs me that the staff working at this hospital were very good at keeping her updated throughout the process so that she always felt she knew what was going on, at the same time they were efficient at their jobs but she did not feel like she was being rushed through. The team, using the marking put in place by the doctor, created a lead plate to shield the rest of the foot and calibrated the equipment to give the correct dose. Actual treatment time was under 10 minutes per day.
Overall the patient was very pleased with the doctor and his team, for more details click on the original link above where other details such as cost and other treatments she has tried are outlined.