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Any musician will tell you making music is their passion.
But for 22 year old Megan clearly hard drive to become a virtuoso almost ended her career.
-- started playing piano when she was just three years old and by the time she was fourteen began having.
-- hands beside an orthopedist and side to neurologists.
It's the regular physician and so.
Couple physical therapists but that none of them really very helpful.
Over the next three years her condition worsened and she had difficulty with everyday tasks.
I started getting.
I couldn't hold things -- lift things you know it.
Very -- have very much accuracy rating was very painful type -- became painful.
-- was diagnosed with Estonia.
Movement disorder that causes involuntary contractions of your muscles so she turned to that the -- institute in New York City.
Artistic director and Polanski.
Has been teaching -- -- approach for forty years.
It's a technique that -- hand injuries and helps musicians avoid further injury that come.
Concert movements that we make that we talked to do such as curling the fingers.
Putting them on the piano and doing exercises lifting.
One fingered -- time supposedly -- strengthened them.
When Megan had her first lesson -- that she could barely move her hands.
But first they couldn't go to the gas because I had facts and looked like facts so we worked -- Some simple things like turning -- and I have been using the same -- that I would essentially be using at the piano the top one approach has to to.
With possessing the knowledge.
Of how to play tension free in just two lessons Megan felt really.
And three months later she had full use of -- enhance.
There's some more more sunlight is there something could feel more open -- with that with what we were doing what we are working.
-- -- Now she's applying to college for music which he hopes to teach others.
-- an approach isn't just for musicians and has also helps surgeons afterwards and people would carpet tunnel and her message is the same for each to.
Nothing is wrong with you because very often musicians that don't something's wrong until you hit -- smoking -- head it's in your hands.
Manny Fox News.