Sumary of Michael Schumacher health: Wife Corinna shares latest – F1 star is ‘different but here’:
- In a new Netflix documentary entitled Schumacher airing on September 15, his wife Corinna gave fans a rare insight into the health of the former seven-times world champ.
- His wife, who has been praised in the past for how he has cared for her husband, has only been allowing certain people to visit the star.
- Former Ferrari team boss Jean Todt said: “I’ve spent a lot of time with Corinna since Michael had his serious skiing accident on December 29, 2013. She is a great woman and runs the family.
- ”All those around the driving legend have fought hard to keep him alive and within the documentary Corinna revealed: “Michael is here.
- ”The accident which left Schumacher in an induced coma for six months came as a great shock and left him with “consequences”.
- These injuries can be as mild as a bump, bruise or cut to the head or as severe as Schumacher’s leading to internal bleeding and brain damage.
- According to a briefing paper produced by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), each year 1.4 million people attend emergency departments in England and Wales with a head injury and about 200,000 are admitted to hospital because of these injuries.
- If you notice changes to their normal behaviour in addition to excessive crying, differences in feeding or sleeping habits and a loss of interest in people or objects, it could point to concussion.