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Michael Schumacher Health Update: Sign Of Recovery Noticed; Doctor Acknowledges Positive Indication

Update Date: May 01, 2017 11:53 PM EDT

Michael Schumacher is always on the top headlines and various reports surrounding his health claim that he is gradually recovering and lot of advancement in his health has been noticed. Get to know the latest updates, here.

Since his severe accident four years ago, he has gone through several tough phases to survive. It is even so unfortunate that he could not witness his son, Mick at Silverstone in the last month.

The 48-year old retired racing driver, Michael Schumacher is now under intensive care at his family home, near Lake Geneva in Switzerland. There, he is gradually recovering from the dangerous skiing accident that took place on Dec. 29, 2013.

Is Corinna Betsch’s Public Appearance An Indication To Schumacher’s Health Recovery?

According to Celebeat, it is confirmed that Corinna Betsch, the wife of Michael Schumacher was present at their son’s F3 event. She was spotted at the Silverstone but kept a low profile.

Everyone is of the opinion that her husband must be developing now. Her recent public appearance is a sort of confirmation that Schumacher is getting better each day.

Michael Schumacher Is Able To Whisper, His German Doctor Throws Hints

Some other reports claimed that information is received from Schumacher’s German doctor, who has given a small update on his health recovery. According to the doctor, the Formula One World Champion is now able to whisper some words. However, his family members are hardly known for giving updates to the media regarding his health recovery.

On the other hand, a close friend of Michael Schumacher, named Ross Brawn has also confirmed that he is showing some signs of recovery. They are hoping to see more recovery in his health.

Ex F1 Star Streiff Says 100 Percent Recovery Isn’t Possible For Michael Schumacher

However, according to ex F1 star Streiff, it may be very difficult for Schumacher to recover 100 percent and even walk again, as reported by Daily Star. He said that one always has a hope after a neurological accident but the chances become difficult within the passing of several months like a period of three years.

He himself has undergone a brutal crash that left him paralyzed. He is unable to move without being in a wheelchair.

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