?Michael Schumacher coma? is frequently searched on Google as fans continue to show concern about his health condition. In the past couple of months, it seemed that there have been no further updates on Schumacher?s condition. And, this is allegedly due to the fact that nothing has changed. Could this mean that the former Formula One world champion is still in a coma?
Jean Todt, president of Formula One?s governing body, revealed that his friend is ?still fighting? for his recovery. Todt was also Schumacher?s boss at Ferrari and he reportedly visits the comatose F1 driver regularly.
Todt said, ?I see Michael very often, and Michael is still fighting, and we must keep fighting with the family.?
In December 2013, Schumacher got into an accident while skiing in the Alpine resort of Meribel. He hit his head on a rock which resulted to severe head injuries. Schumacher was sent home from the hospital in September 2014, nine months after he got injured as reported by Sky Sports.
A special medical unit has been set up at Schumacher?s home. Reports claim that a total of 15 staff are working together to provide Schumacher with uninterrupted medical care.
Fans have been clamoring for updates on Schumacher?s condition. But details are quite scarce, which left many to assume that his condition, though stable, shows no sign of improvement.
Amid reports that Schumacher is still in a coma, latest reports claim that he is finally showing ?encouraging signs? of recovery. Ross Brawn, Schumacher?s friend, has announced that he is ?showing the signs of improvement.?
Brown did not give specific details about Schumacher?s exact condition. But he was able to make it clear that most of the speculations surrounding his friend?s condition are not true.
Schumacher showing signs of recovery will certainly be great news for all his fans who are praying for his wellness. For more updates on Michael Schumacher?s health, keep it here at TheBitbag.