Brain Injury Unlocks Teen's Musical Talent, Doctor Says

Lachlan Connors found he could play an array of instruments following a sports injury.
0:38 | 11/22/13

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Transcript for Brain Injury Unlocks Teen's Musical Talent, Doctor Says
From tone deaf to musical genius that is what happened to a -- in Denver Lachlan Connors plays piano and ten other instruments. Pretty much any -- he can play but it was I was like that when he was in the sixth grade he couldn't play anything he played sports and in -- -- lacrosse -- He hit his head and suffered a concussion. And other hard hit -- to send him to the hospital. For weeks. That -- an epileptic seizure and even hallucinations. When he was discharged doctors say it was like he'd been re wired to be a musician. -- no longer has seizures and is now grateful. For this musical talent.

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