Diagnosed with ‘ locked-in syndrome’ and paralyzed from head to toe, stroke victim Graham Miles was told he would never recover.
Doctors said he would be a prisoner in his own body for the rest of his life. He was able to communicate only by moving his eyelids.
Just a few months later, however, Mr Miles left the medics ‘utterly bewildered’ by taking his first faltering steps.
Yesterday the 66-year-old grandfather told how he had made such a remarkable recovery that he is now able to live independently and has even taken up motor racing as a hobby.
(READ the story in the Daily Mail)