Kettering Physician Network Urology in Wapakoneta & Troy has been named an Axonics Center of Excellence. Axonics Therapy is a treatment for overactive bladder.
Craig Nicholson, MD, FACS, and his team are the first to earn the distinction in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Indiana, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia for their high level of expertise with Axonics Therapy. The Axonices Center of Excellence program recognizes highly trained and experienced physicians and clinical practices that provide excellent patient education and care.
"Kettering Physician Network Urology in Wapakoneta and Troy is proud to be recognized as an Axonics Center of Excellence," said Dr. Nicholson, network medical director of Urology and Minimally Invasive & Robotic Surgery. "This distinction is a testament and further proof that Kettering Physician Network Urology is committed to providing the best care to our patients."
Millions of Americans suffer from overactive bladder. Axonics Therapy's small implant gently stimulates the sacral nerves, restoring normal communication between the brain and the bladder and relieving symptoms associated with bladder and bowel dysfunction.