Martha has applied for a job as a stock clerk, at Good Food Supermarket. She is currently qualified for the position. During her interview, she tells the interviewer that at some point in the next ten months she may need to undergo surgery for a back problem, and that even if the surgery is successful, her post-operative range of movement could be limited. The job requires a good deal of lifting and a wide range of movement, in order to place goods on the shelves. The interviewer decides not to hire Martha because she may not be able to perform the job after the surgery. Martha believes she has a claim for discrimination based on disability. Is she correct?