""..., having more control over my time and getting the rest I need further than relaxation and physical therapy exercises ever did."
" Not worrying about sick days, not worrying about driving home while in horrendous ..."
"If I have one hard day working away from home, or work more than two days in a row, my pain increases.
I used to try relaxation exercises and the like, but finally moved to substitute status ( I work with special needs students). Not..."
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