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Conflict of Interest: Johnathan Goree has received compensation for consulting services with organizations including Abbott, Saluda, and Stratus Medical. Erika Petersen works extensively in the field of neuromodulation and has received grants and/or consulting fees from Abbott, Biotronik, Medtronic, Nalu, Nervo, Neuros Medical, Presidio Medical, ReNeuron, Saluda, SPR, and Vertos. She has also received honoraria, travel support, and/or leadership positions from AANS/CNS, ASPN, ASRA, Cleveland Clinic Pain Symposium, INS, and NANS. She has one patent in this field and stock options for Neuro.42 and SynerFuse, where she is also a board member. Vinicius Tieppo Francio receives funding from Nevro with an investigator-initiated study grant. The remaining authors reported no conflict of interest.