Seven-time Formula One champion Michael Schumacher is reportedly showing small signs of recovery, giving renewed hope to millions of fans, and his family members. Since he woke from the medically-induced coma, the driving champion has been rehabilitated to his home in Lake Geneva in Switzerland. Latest reports suggest that Michael Schumacher will now be bound to a wheelchair and undergo extensive physical therapy in order to prevent muscle degeneration.
If Schumacher was to recover, he might be bound to a wheelchair as he undergoes proper physical therapy in order to act more independently and start gaining mobility by himself. The good news is that Michael is not stuck in a bed. When not undergoing physical therapy to avoid muscle atrophy, he sits in a chair in front of the windows of his villa, overlooking on one side the snowy peaks of the Swiss Alps, and on the other the shores of Lake Geneva. #KeepFightingMichael
These positive signs come months after the ace F1 driver woke up from a medically induced coma. Doctors had put him in a coma as he suffered from significant brain damage after his skiing accident. Fans may recall that the highly hardworking and dedicated racer attained severe head injuries while skiing on the French Alps in December, 2013. Schumacher fell on a rock and was rushed to the hospital. While the fall was a bad one, the skilled driver would have instantly died had he not had his headgear on.
Fellow race drivers and members of his home team, Mercedes, have also expressed their support on Twitter.-News update by Physiotherapy Jobs Portal
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