Here are two research articles I've read recently. I'm been searching a great deal to find information over tests focused around the somatosensory part of the brain in musicians with dystonia. Last month I posted an article that explains what acetylcholine is and how it supports the CNS/PNS systems (and the somatosensory cortical neurons).
The first article below is pretty self explanatory; how we should focus on somatosensory, as it may be another key component in research on musician's dystonia, and what these researchers have found. The second one involves some EMG electrode work in stimulating muscles of musicians who have dystonia and how this has helped restore sensorimotor organization.
That is all for now! I will post more if and when I can. Thank you to those who have reached out...I promise to be in touch as soon as possible.
Focal Dystonia in Musicians: Linking Motor Symptoms to Somatosensory Dysfunction
Regaining Motor Control in Musician's Dystonia by Restoring Sensorimotor Organization