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    Like so many other reviewers, my chronic back pain had me considering surgery. The surgeon warned that the appropriate procdure was quite likely to have an unsatisfactory outcome. He said to me, " Come back when you're disabled." That sounded ominous to me. The condition had worsened steadily to the point that I could not stand or walk for more than five minutes at a time without severe sciatica-like pain demanding that I sit down.

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