Seven-time Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher is said to be showing encouraging signs of improvement while still recovering from a ski accident in which he injured his head. "We are confident that Michael will pull out and wake up. He is showing small but encouraging signs, but we are nevertheless aware that we need to be very patient," Schumacher's manager, Sabine Kehm, wrote in a press release. Doctors began waking the German, who was injured on December 29, from an artificial coma in the second half of January. Although this is the first positive news after a long time, the statement stressed that the recovery of the former Ferrari and Mercedes racer will most likely be very long. "Michael suffered serious injuries. We still can't come to terms with the fact that Michael, who in his lifetime
The health condition of seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher is no longer critical, the German spokeswoman said. The former Ferrari racer remains in a coma. "Michael's family is very happy, but at the same time very happy with the work of the doctors who treat Michael and completely trusts them," said Sabine Kehm, who also dismissed speculation that the 45-year-old German may not wake up from his coma. or that, even if he wakes up, he will be completely different and never completely healthy. "Unfortunately, I have to reiterate that if it is not information from Michael's doctors, it is just speculation and the public should accept it as such," she said.
Michael’s spokeswoman dismissed statements that the seven-time world champion was out of life danger. Former Formula One racer Philippe Streiff told the media that one of the surgeons who operated on Schumacher confided in him that the German was no longer in danger. "I'm not a doctor, I'm just passing on the words spoken to me by Gerard Saillant (surgeon and friend of the Schumacher family). He said Michael's condition is still serious, but that his life is no longer in danger," Streiff said. But his statements did not meet with approval from family and management. A spokeswoman, Sabine Kehm, warned on Friday morning: "Michael is still in critical condition, but stable. We would like to point out that any information regarding Mic