The famous Formula One racer, recently discharged from the hospital in Grenoble, may remain disabled until the end of his days.
Such a pessimistic suggestion was made by the Swiss neurosurgeon Erich Rederer, who explained that in most cases injuries like the injuries that Michael Schumacher received do not pass without a trace. It is very likely that he will need the help of other people until the end of his life.
The specialist noted that at present, due to the long immobility, Schumacher’s muscles are almost completely atrophied. It may take up to three months to re-learn how to sit. It is possible that he will have problems with speech.

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Recall, December 29, Schumacher received a severe head injury while skiing in a French mountain resort. After that, he spent several months in a state of coma.

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