WHO WE ARE
Kevin Pauza, M.D., treats patients with chronic low back pain and neck pain who desire to avoid surgery and who have failed to experience relief from surgery in the lumbar and cervical spine. Our focus is to provide you with a better quality of life, without surgery.
After helping countless failed spine surgery patients, Dr. Pauza developed the Discseel® Procedure. The primary component in the Discseel® Procedure is an FDA-approved substance called Fibrin, which is used off-label for this procedure. This procedure is much less invasive that spinal surgery. In fact, it’s minimally invasive and allows for a shortened 60 minute recovery. Its use prevents the many negative issues associated with spinal surgery.
MEET THE FIRST DISC BIOLOGICS TEAM
Kevin Pauza, MD
INTERVENTIONAL SPINE SPECIALIST
Dr. Pauza is the first physician in history to pursue FDA approval for using biologics to treat the spine. Millions of patients will benefit from his development of minimally invasive treatments for degenerative disc disease and other more common and serious disorders of the spine.
Carrie Wright is currently directing Discseel’s® growth in the United States, Asia, and elsewhere. She recognized that conventional spine surgeries needed improved or replaced, and so she directed her experiences towards the emerging field of Non-Surgical Medicine. The Discseel® Procedure was well suited for her combined experiences, where she initiated the Discseel® Procedure’s national and international physician education and business expansion programs.
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
CHIEF OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH
Kwadwo Boachie-Adjei is currently the CEO and Managing Director at Regen Health Solutions LLC, a Clinical Research Management and Consulting firm based in New York City.
Amy Barrett’s philosophy for patient care is focused on her passion for educating Discseel® Procedure patients who may not have a full understanding of or may have been miseducated about their spine pain and what could be causing it. Amy Barrett is willing to spend as much time as necessary explaining anything patients would like to know in plain terms that make this information more accessible to patients.