What Happened To Mike Lynch From WCVB?
According to sources, the former sports anchor Mike Lynch suffered a stroke last Tuesday.
Mike suffered a heart stroke while out for a walk with his wife, Mary Ellen, near their Winchester home.
Mike's wife admitted him to Massachusetts General Hospital after the former sports anchor suffered.
According to the Boston.Com website, Mike will be transferred to Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital soon, where he is expected to have 3 to 4 weeks of intensive rehabilitation.
Has Mike Lynch Recovered From His Illness Yet?
Mike's wife said his primary care physician expects him to make a full recovery once the blood on the brain dissipates.
The doctor said he was fortunate that Mary Ellen was nearby when he collapsed, and the stroke does not expect any lasting effects.
The former sports anchor was given a CAT scan shortly after arrival at the emergency.
According to Mike's wife, the former sports anchor has made noticeable progress, his speech became vivid and another CAT scan the welcomed good news.
Explore Mike Lynch's Health Condition and Illness
Mike Lynch was diagnosed with high blood pressure approximately six months ago.
According to his wife, the former sports correspondent, after the stroke, suffered bleeding on the left side of his brain, causing an effect on the right side of the body.
The former sports correspondent has made noticeable progress after moving to Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and has begun intensive rehabilitation.