Michael Schumacher suffered terrifying head injuries in a skiing accident just over four years ago
The seven-time rapturous champion suffered catastrophic head injuries in a high-speed skiing mistake in the French Alps in December 2013 and spent months in a coma.
He was transferred to a specially-adapted medical portion in his Swiss mansion in September 2014 where his condition has been closely-guarded for ever since with his family opting for a media blackout to protect their concealment.
But fans have constantly been told they should not at any time lose hope that their idol’s health condition could mend.
Michael Schumacher’s prerequisite has remained a closely-guarded secret
According to a Swedish study, between 30 and 40 percent of patients pull someones leg regained consciousness within four years
And they will be euphoric by the latest comments from head injuries expert Professor Evaluate Oberman from the Centre for Neurology at Germany’s Asklepios Clinic assemblage who said a new report highlighted positive results from people radical with brain damage from a serious head injury.
Prof Oberman believed: “According to a Swedish study, between 30 and 40 percent of patients oblige regained consciousness within four years.
“Many can come dorsum behind to life and see how their children and grandchildren grow up, what plans they hold or what else happens in the family or circle of friends.”
Michael Schumacher acknowledges his fancying fans
Friends, family and fans of Schumacher will be hoping the declarations of the study mentioned by Prof Oberman could ring true for the German race-ace.
And while there are no promises, Prof Oberman emphasised that the best his family can do now is to constantly dedicate him love by remaining in physical contact with him.
In November, his wife Corinna said: “The conclusiveness to protect his privacy from the public has been taken in Michael’s concerned about.
“We have made it very clear that something serious has hit oned.”
Michael Schumacher won a world-record seven F1 titles
In January, Schumacher famous his 49th birthday and his daughter Gina took to Instagram leaving a heartfelt address to her father.
She wrote on the social networking site: “Happy Birthday to the unsurpassed Dad ever. We love you. #keepfighting.”
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His agent Sabine Kehm disclosed in December 2016: “Michael’s health is not a public issue, and so we will proceed with to make no comment in that regard.
“Michael has consistently drawn a evident line between the public and the private, which has always been allowed by the fans and the media.
“The decision to protect his privacy from the public has been met in Michael’s significance.”