UCA Women’s Center Recognized as an Axonics® Center of Excellence
Dr. Nicole Massie is an expert at treating bladder and bowel dysfunction with innovative Axonics Therapy.
UCA Women’s Center has been designated an Axonics Center of Excellence by Axonics Inc. The designation recognizes the UCA Women’s Center team and specifically Dr. Nicole Massie for her expertise with Axonics Therapy and sincere commitment to changing the lives of patients suffering from bladder and bowel dysfunction.
Today, millions of Americans suffer from overactive bladder and fecal incontinence.1 Patients in the [city, state] area with chronic and debilitating symptoms related to bladder and bowel dysfunction may seek treatment from the experts at [practice name]. Axonics Therapy gently stimulates the sacral nerve (sacral neuromodulation), restoring normal communication between the brain and the bladder. Axonics Therapy has been clinically proven to provide rapid and long-lasting relief of symptoms associated with bladder and bowel dysfunction.
In a clinical study, 129 patients with urgency incontinence were treated with Axonics Therapy. At 2-years, 93% of patients had successful therapy and 94% of patients were satisfied with their therapy.2
The Axonics Center of Excellence program recognizes highly trained and experienced physicians (typically urologists, urogynecologists, and colorectal surgeons) and clinical practices that are committed to patient education and providing exemplary care to achieve optimal clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction.
“The UCA Women’s Center is proud to be recognized as a Center of Excellence. This designation is a testament to the dedication of our entire team, and in particular to Dr. Nicole Massie,” said Michael Bivins, UCA President. “We are committed to providing the best care to our patients and are extremely pleased to offer Axonics Therapy.”