I learned playing the piano when I was 8. I hate the basics of it. My teacher would ask me to master classical music but I was bored on it. During my idle time. I'd rather play it on some pop RNB. I would sneak into some piece in my mind that I would love to play. From BoyzIImen to other contemporary RNB that is sultry to everyone's ear. Until the age of 15, I developed the skill to play the music in my mind before I hit the key. My parents were caught dumbfounded how I was able to play without any piece in front of me. I don't know what other term you can name that kind of ability. As a kid, I knew it was a form of intuitive skills.
I looked up on other types of Intuition and among the 4 types, I have Clairsentiency. It is the ability to know information without seeing, feeling or hearing it first. I had it first when I first played the piano and it grew stronger when I was introduced to the concepts of Manual Therapy. Your mind is working like a scanner, once you feel a certain body part, you know how the structures underneath was arranged and positioned, you could easily determine any discrepancy in it---and your mind is processing too quick that you know where to fix it.
I believe that most clinicians were experiencing what I have and was able to used that in there field of practice. A "gift" that I will always be thankful and will use it for the common good.