DOKKEN Guitarist Jon Levin Undergoes Surgery For Thoracic Outlet Syndrome; Live Performances On Hold Until May
December 27, 2012, 2 years ago
DOKKEN guitarist Jon Levin underwent surgery for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome in late October. The surgery was conducted in St. Louis, MO at Barnes Jewish Hospital by Dr. Robert W. Thompson. According to a BW&B source Levin is well on the road to recovery in Los Angeles, CA.
"The surgery was on my neck and shoulder, not my arm or hand" says Levin. "My hand feels great, but I do need some time before I will be able to swing a strap on my shoulder and tour. We are going to wait until May before we start playing again. Thanks to all of the Dokken fans who sent me well wishes."
Levin says he is looking forward to touring with Dokken this summer.
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