A Simple Procedure for a Dramatic Improvement
- Overactive bladder
- Bowel incontinence
- Urinary retention
Axonics Therapy is clinically proven to help people regain bladder and bowel control. Highlights include:
- Safety and efficacy for patients of all ages
- Minimally invasive with only local anesthetic
- Resolution for both bladder and bowel leakage
- No batter change necessary for 15+ years
- Small subcutaneous device that’s MRI compatible
- Covered by most insurance companies
Why Choose Dr. Sasse and The Continence Center?
Dr. Sasse completed his fellowship training in colon and rectal surgery at the Lahey Clinic in Boston, Massachusetts, where he conducted research and performed numerous pelvic floor evaluations for incontinence in the Lahey Clinic pelvic floor lab. He received a research award for his work on leakage and incontinence, and in 2014, Dr. Sasse founded northern Nevada’s first incontinence center, offering complete evaluations with pelvic floor manometry and ultrasound. He has provided outstanding relief to hundreds of patients using sacral nerve modulation, thanks to his decades of experience with bowel and bladder disorders relating to multiple condition — diabetes, radiation, childbirth, aging, obesity, nerve injury, and trauma.
If you’re one of millions of Americans trying to treat bladder leakage or bowel leakage with medications, physical therapy, or interventional therapies, there’s a better way. We invite you to contact Dr. Sasse’s practice in Reno, Nevada, to learn more about Axonics Therapy. An in-office consultation with Dr. Sasse and his team of nurse practitioners and physician assistants will confirm if sacral nerve modulation is right for you. Don’t put up with bladder or bowel leakage any longer — contact Dr. Sasse today.
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