Surgery Fine-Tunes Legendary Banjo Player's Brain
Eddie Adcock's fast picking and unconventional style made him world famous as a bluegrass banjo innovator. But when tremors took over his once dexterous hands, he lost the ability to play the music he loved. Now, thanks to an incredible brain surgery, during which Adcock was awake and playng the banjo until the doctors got it just right, he can turn his talent back on, literally at the push of a button!
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In addition to traditional surgical treatment for movement disorders, the Vanderbilt Neurosurgery team can provide surgery for deep brain stimulation.
Department of Neurological Surgery
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
1500 21st Avenue South, Suite 1506 VAV
Nashville, TN 37232-5345
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