Spine specialist, Dr. Ed Barry shares a patient success story using Cox Technic. Then he explains how he used the principles of flexion distraction to create a new home product for lower back pain called the Lift.
DIPLOMATE, AMERICAN BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC ORTHOPEDICS | DELEGATE & BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEMBER, AMERICAN CHIROPRACTIC ASSOCIATION | BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEMBER, NEW JERSEY CHIROPRACTIC ASSOCIATION
Edwin Barry, DC, DABCO leverages his comprehensive chiropractic training and practice into a deeply insightful understanding of the treatment of lower back conditions and disc problems. He is committed to reducing the $50 to $100 billion health care cost that lower back pain incurs in the US each year. His vision is that back pain does not interfere with life’s experiences and future memories.
With 25+ years of physician experience and extensive training and post-graduate work in the therapeutic application of high-intensity laser to musculoskeletal issues, Barry is one of the few Certified Laser Practitioners on the East Coast.
BAACK2 & LIFT – REVOLUTIONIZING BACK PAIN TREATMENT
Barry’s lifelong pursuit of an alternative to surgical or pharmaceutical intervention led him to found BAACK2. The company has leveraged Barry’s clinical expertise, along with engineering partnerships, to develop and bring to market a therapeutic device for the home called LIFT (provisional patent 2019). LIFT combines forward-flexion of the lower back with distraction and traction, allowing patients to use the device while lying on their back while experiencing gentle, low-impact movement that accelerates healing of the disc tissue and provides real and lasting relief.
Barry brings approachability, empathy, and real-life experience to all of his therapeutic pursuits. He has suffered many of the same back problems as his patients and has successfully maintained his ability to do what he loves, including serving as a certified volunteer pilot with the nonprofit Pilots N Paws and enjoying his longtime, physically demanding hobby of surfing well into retirement. As stated on baack2.com, Ed Barry’s mission remains simply to help patients get back to fully living life.