Ken Wollberg’s musical gift was nearly lost when he became the victim of a tragic accident. Wollberg, 58, severely injured his left arm in a trucking accident in December of 2007. A violin player since youth, Wollberg was not sure if he would be able to play the instrument ever again or practice his other passion of teaching the violin to his students. His surgeon, Dr. Jay Keener told him that the nerve damage and stiffness might prevent Wollberg from pursuing his expertise permanently. However, after a series of surgeries, including a skin graft, the St. Louis native could finally return to his love of music. To show his appreciation, Wollberg returned to Barnes-Jewish Hospital, where he had been treated and showed off his talents as a violinist. To read more about this incredible recovery story go here.