Surgeons dont usually hear a lot of Mozart from the operating table.
But doctors have found that deep brain stimulation (DBS) surgery can often be helpful to musicians with tremors.
Just a few weeks ago, there was the strange case of Roger Frisch, a concert violinist who played during surgery
so surgeons could adequately assess the results of the procedure.
Naomi Elishuv, a violinist in the Lithuanian National Symphony, has followed suit.
Elishuv was diagnosed with her tremor
nearly 20 years ago. Her recent DBS procedure is an incredible glimpse into the workings of the human brain.