The German former Formula One driver Michael Schumacher was transferred to the Parisian hospital Georges Pompidou on Monday for a consultation with a specialist in heart failure. This will happen six years after the serious ski accident he suffered and that took him away from public life.
As reported on Monday, the French newspaper Le Parisien, Schumacher, 50 years old, arrived in an ambulance around 3.40 pm local time to the Parisian hospital next to the coronary surgery physician Philippe Menasché.
The expilot will undergo a regenerative treatment with stem cells to obtain an anti-inflammatory effect throughout the body, which should begin on Tuesday. The next day Schumacher could leave the hospital, according to the French media.
The newspaper added that Schumacher already passed twice through Georges Pompidou last spring, and that he arrived twice by helicopter.
According to "Le Parisien," the Ferrari expilot was expected in July. A health problem delayed treatment until this week, after Professor Menasché's vacations.
Michael Schumacher suffered a serious accident while skiing with his son in the French Alps in December 2013. Since then, little became known information about his health status and has not been seen in public again.
According to different stories of people close to the athlete over the years, the seven-time Formula 1 world champion cannot walk or communicate properly.
Is the pilot most laureate in the history of Formula 1. He won seven world championships: two with the team Benetton in 1994 Y nineteen ninety five and five with Ferrari between 2000 and 2004. With this he surpassed the five titles achieved by Juan Manuel Fangio.