Former world champion continues to fight for his life in hospital.
The family of Michael Schumacher have been given hope that the former Formula One superstar’s condition could begin to improve.
Schumacher’s wife and their sons continue to ride the daily roller-coaster of emotions as they watch on with the seven-time world champion well into his third month in an induced coma.
Manager of the former Ferrari superstar Sabine Kehm said Schumacher’s family refuses to give in and continue their daily visits to be by his bedside.
“I can only say again: There are signs that give us encouragement’,” she said.
Schumacher has been in a coma at Grenoble University Hospital since December 29 last year after he struck the right side of his head on ricks while skiing with his family in France.
Since then he has undergone two operations to relieve swelling and remove blood clots from inside of his head.
Neurosurgeons then entered Schmacher into the ‘wake-up phase’ whereby they began to slowly lower the amount of drugs in his system to keep him in the induced coma.
The process is slow and doctors have warned Schumacher’s family that there could be a setback at any time.
Kehm also refuted suggestions that Corinna Schmacher, planned to spend millions of pounds remodeling their Swiss home to care for her husband, after reports suggested he would never recover from his injuries.
“The rumours that Corinna remodels her house to bring the supposedly ‘hopeless case Michael’ home, are absolutely groundless,” she said.