It is the best news yet.
A newspaper report out of Hungary says that fallen Soca Warrior Akeem Adams has started physiotherapy.
Although still on the ventilator, the 22-year-old Trinidad and Tobago left-back has started primarily perform breathing exercises, because his muscles are very frail.
Despite his still serious condition, doctors are confident of him continuing along a path of sustained improvement with Adams,to get him to a point where he will be able to survive a heart transplant.
The Ferencvaros player suffered a massive heart attack at his Budapest home on September 25 and subsequently underwent four life-saving surgeries, including the amputation of his favoured left leg after it became infected. He also had a mechanical heart fitted and is in need of a transplant.
After a month, Adams is still in serious condition in the intensive care unit of a Budapest hospital. He was said to have suffered some internal bleeding last week but the situation has been arrested.
Further, he is said to be communicating through head motions with those in his environment and doctors. His mother Ancilla Adams and brother Akini are daily assisting him with stretching exercises to stimulate his muscles which have been severely weakened by his bedridden condition. Every day, colleagues are also visiting and assisting Adams according to Dr. Gentle Psalm , member of both the Heart Clinic’s Department of Cardiology and members of the medical staff of Adams’ Hungarian club.