Michael Schumacher was discharged from a Paris clinicSeptember 16, 2019
In the clinic, the famous driver took a special course of treatment, the details of which are kept secret
Seven-time Formula 1 champion Michael Schumacher, who suffered a head injury in 2013, completed a course of treatment at the Paris clinic named after Georges Pompidou. At the moment, the athlete has already left France. This was announced by French journalist Jean-Michel Decouge on the BFMTV channel, TASS reports.
According to Decouge, a special treatment course was held at the Schumacher Clinic, the details of which are kept secret. He emphasized that most likely these were experimental methods.
“We only know that he underwent a blood transfusion, into which stem cells were added, which should favorably affect the state of his entire body, including the brain,” – the journalist added.
Schumacher was seriously injured on December 29, 2013 while relaxing in the French resort of Meribel. While skiing, the race driver tripped on a stone and hit his head on a ledge of a rock.
The victim was taken to Grenoble, where doctors put him in an artificial coma. The athlete underwent two operations, and in January 2014, doctors began to remove him from a coma. In early September 2014, Michael Schumacher was discharged from a rehabilitation center in Basel. The rider continued the restoration of the house, for this he was transferred to a family residence in Switzerland. In total, the hospital Schumacher was 254 days.
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