Medical imaging method helps stroke tremor treatment
THERE is a hint of a smile on David McGrail’s face when he picks up his guitar and starts playing a few notes.
Just eight months ago the 23 year old was battling a constant and vigorous tremor in his right arm which meant playing his Ashton guitar was near impossible.
As well as this, he couldn’t easily feed himself or hold a glass of water. He’d been forced to give away his two passions – rowing and playing guitar – and his tremor was so intrusive he had to sit on his hand to stop shaking.