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The Schumacher family have guarded their privacy fiercely since the accident - and have provided few updates to his army of adoring fans who want to know how he is doing.
No updates were given until April 2015, when it was announced that Schumacher had shown “moments of consciousness and awakening”.
The neurologist added that Schumacher will have “permanent” brain damage and that it will be a “success” if he manages to sit unaided within the next three months and operate an electric wheelchair within six months.
“It is an incredibly positive message when someone wakes up after being in a coma for half a year,” he continued.
In December, a statement from his manager and lawyer, Sabine Kehm, said: “Michael's health is not a public issue, and so we will continue to make no comment in that regard.“We have to protect his intimate sphere.
Legally seen and in the longer term, every statement related to his health would diminish the extent of his intimate sphere.“Michael has always been very protective of his privacy, even during the most successful times of his career.
Doctors described his condition as “extremely serious” after his admission to Grenoble Hospital where he underwent two life-saving operations.
In April 2014 Schumacher – who drove for Benetton, Jordan, Mercedes and Ferrari – was withdrawn from the coma and moved to a rehabilitation ward in Lausanne, Switzerland before being brought home to Germany in September 2014.
However, leading medical expert Erich Riederer warned that Schumacher “will remain an invalid for the rest of his life” and “will always remain dependent on others' help”.Members of the staff are seen outside the emergency services at the CHU Nord hospital in Grenoble, French Alps; this is the hospital where retired seven-times Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher is reported to be hospitalized after a ski accident Members of the staff are seen outside the emergency services at the CHU Nord hospital in Grenoble, French Alps; this is the hospital where retired seven-times Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher is reported to be hospitalized after a ski accident Corinna, who has been married to Schumacher for 18 years, has been an ever-present figure of strength for fans in the wake of his head injury, often staying in hospital by his side for 10 hours a day as he fought for his life.Since awaking from his medically induced coma on 16 June, he has been treated at a rehabilitation clinic near his family home in Lausanne.The ex-Ferrari star smashed his head on a rock – leaving him in a coma for six months.
Corinna was described by her husband as his “guardian angel” just weeks before he suffered the injury.Three months later a statement was released confirming that the F1 champion was no longer in a coma and had left Grenoble Hospital.The F1 legend has reportedly got a 15-man medical team giving him around the clock care at his house in Geneva, Switzerland.According to the court, the front page did not necessarily lead to the idea that Corinna had split up with her husband, Meedia reported.