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Musical GP's masterclass

Dr Penny Wright holds a voluntary clinic for performers to help them identify how poor technique could be causing minor injuries.

Dr Wright, a non-principal GP in east London and a keen classical singer, cellist and pianist, said small injuries could threaten a performer's career.

'The injuries might not seem terribly important but they are if you're a violinist,' she said.

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