Carrie Wright


Carrie Wright received her Bachelor of Science, cum laude, from Steven F. Austin University in Texas, and then pursued her graduate studies at Cornell’s SC Johnson College of Business, where she joined a lineage of 40 family members also graduating from Cornell University.

Following her position as campaign advisor for a successful U.S. Senatorial race, she served as campaign advisor for a U.S. Congressional race as well.

To fulfill her desire to help people more directly, Carrie Wright volunteered at hospitals while continuing her professional pursuits. This kindled her interest in helping spine patients routinely experiencing “less-than-desirable” outcomes following conventional spine surgeries and therapies. To optimize patient outcomes, she trained in exercise physiology, and then attained the highest levels of both yoga and Pilates instruction; all to facilitate the staff training of spine centers in the United States and abroad.

She recognized that conventional spine surgeries needed improved or replaced, and so she directed her experiences towards the emerging field of Regenerative 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.

Carrie Wright is currently directing Discseel’s® growth in the United States, Asia, and elsewhere. Carrie has two daughters. One attends the University of Colorado Boulder and the other attends the University of Alabama.

Outside of work, Carrie enjoys reading. It’s not uncommon to find her digesting five books at a once, most about the life stories of others who have experienced victory in the midst adversity in the world.  She loves to learn about other’s life experiences to gain wisdom to apply to her own life. She knows first-hand the uphill climb and roadblocks she and Dr Pauza have experienced introducing a disruptive technology (Discseel Procedure ) to a market that is dominated by outdated spine surgery/fusions. As Dr Pauza often says, “Spine fusions remain unchanged since their inception around 1911, the same year as the invention of the Ford Model T. The Ford model T evolved. Shouldn’t your spine care have evolved too?”

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