Playing guitar with musician’s dystonia
Gordon’s career as a musician spans more than 30 years, but for more than half of that he’s been plagued by a neurological movement disorder.
His disorder musician’s dystonia, and not only does it disrupt his ability to play, but it’s completely changed his approach and attitude towards music.
Dystonia is incurable, but recent advancements in neurological stimulation technology could help to better manage the debilitating condition.
- Gordon Sullivan – Musician.
- Alana McCambridge – Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in the Graduate School of Health at the University of Technology Sydney.