Axon Advance Foundation
About Axon Advance Foundation
The Axon Advance Foundation has been established to promote research designed to improve treatments for patients with peripheral nerve disorders and spinal cord injury.
The Foundation works closely with the W.M. Keck Center for Collaborative Neuroscience at Rutgers University and its focus on spinal cord injury. From bench top to clinical research, the goal of the Foundation is to improve treatment options for patients.
The physicians of The Institute for Advanced Reconstruction and Axon Advance Foundation are recognized leaders in the field of nerve reconstruction and microsurgery and represent a practice that is a primary destination for surgical treatment for problems often overlooked in the medical community. Their more than 50 years of combined experience and successful team approach in medicine results in the highest possible quality of care and the ability to help patients who could not otherwise be helped.
Axon Advance Foundation Introduced at Cocktail Party
Members of the Medical Community and its Supporters Gather to Discuss Foundation Plans & Goals
“We have invited our colleagues, friends and patients to gain an understanding of what we do. We have the wherewithal to help patients within our own practice, and the desire in our own hearts, but unfortunately, that’s not enough.” With those words, Dr. Andrew Elkwood welcomed approximately 50 guests to the Axon Advance Foundation introductory cocktail party, held on May 10, 2013, at the Eagle Oaks Golf & Country Club in Farmingdale, New Jersey.
The Axon Advance Foundation was established in 2013 to advance research, innovation and surgical treatments for peripheral nerve disorders and spinal cord injury. Patients come from around the U.S. and the world to be treated by this select group of surgeons, who are among only a handful to perform these procedures.
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