HOPE: “from darkness into the light.”
“You cannot compare two brain injuries, even if they’re similar – the outcome can be totally different. Two patients with similar conditions on a scan can have two totally different outcomes. Each patient is different and we treat them as an individual.”
– the words of Dr Ganesh Bavikatte, Consultant and Clinical Lead in Rehabilitation Medicine at The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust (UK)
Jules Bianchi could make an astonishing return to Formula One, a brain injury expert has suggested. SEE below#
By the way, I think it’s crazy (and irresponsible) even speculating about Jules racing again at this early stage, IF that statement by the specialist has been accurately reported (and hopefully qualified …or was that “the journalistic licence”)??
Our focus and thoughts should just be with Jules and his family simply getting though this very traumatic time
Keep fighting (like “Schumi”*), Jules. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
* Michael Schumacher
“Speaking exclusively to Mirror Online, Dr Ganesh Bavikatte, Consultant and Clinical Lead in Rehabilitation Medicine at The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust, says he would be cautiously optimistic of the Frenchman making a good recovery.
Without knowing specifics of Bianchi’s particular case Dr Bavikatte admits it is difficult to an accurate prognosis at such an early stage.
Indeed, with patients suffering from a diffuse axonal injury, the condition confirmed earlier on Tuesday by a statement from Bianchi’s family made via Marussia, it is almost impossible to know the extent of the injury after just 24 or 48 hours.”
Keep fighting (like “Schumi”), Jules. Our thoughts and prayers are with you
“The task ahead of you can always be overcome by the power within
you…and the often seemingly difficult or even “impassible”) path
ahead of you is never as steep with the great spirit that lies
– c from http://www.craigsquotes.wordpress.com