“Leads to an early end”: the doctor commented on the condition of SchumacherJanuary 4, 2020
According to the doctor, the former rider should have a team of physiotherapists who can help avoid the consequences of long-term care
Seven-time Formula 1 racing champion Michael Schumacher, six years after the injury, resembles little of the former, the famous neurosurgeon Nicola Achcharri is sure.
“There is very little information. It is clear that imagining his situation six years after the accident, we must imagine a person very different from the one we remember. Michael’s conditions require close attention, which applies not only to the results of a head injury.” – quoted by Acccharri motorsport.com.
According to the doctor, the former rider should have a team of physiotherapists who can help avoid the consequences of prolonged care.
“I mean muscle atrophy, tendon damage, osteoporosis. This is a very delicate situation, which in cases of less economical success often leads to an early end, because irreversible consequences can occur,” Achcharri said.
The manager and close friend of Michael Schumacher, Willy Weber, accused Corinna of hiding the truth about the health of the legendary Formula 1 pilot.
Schumacher at the end of December 2013, while skiing in the French Alps, fell and hit a ledge of a rock. From a strong blow, the helmet of the racing driver simply split.
Schumacher was taken to the hospital of Grenoble and put into an artificial coma. In the summer of 2014, the athlete regained consciousness. According to various sources, he had serious problems with memory and speech and was in a wheelchair.
The first positive news began to arrive towards the end of 2018. First, FIA President Jean Todt admitted that in November he watched the Brazilian Grand Prix with Michael.
In December 2018, the British Daily Mail reported that the ex-pilot Ferrari was no longer bedridden and was in his villa near Lake Geneva.
In February 2019, according to unconfirmed information, Schumacher was seen in Spanish Mallorca, where he celebrated his anniversary.
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