Love, lefties, golf and the cortical force field


We enjoy the clinical anecdotes that pour into NOI, especially when they are repeated and can be related to modern thoughts about brain science.

The wife of a dear friend, (let’s call him Seamus) wrote in about his ongoing arm pain following an accident where he was hit by a car.

“In the first year after the accident we were watching the British Open on TV… you know the usual suspects McIlroy, Woods etc…..every time Phil Michelson stepped up to the tee and took out the big driver, Seamus’s shoulder would go into the involuntary spasm with little /no warning. It just lasted a few seconds and then it would take a while for the pain to subside. After that I wondered if when Tiger came to take the big driver out of the bag would it happen again?….but nothing happened. Over the day while watching the golf it happened…

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