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Drug Induced Comas and Physical/Mental Therapy afterwards

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I'm attempting to write a novel an I'm hoping someone here might know a bit more than me about how long it takes to regain the use of your limbs after three years in a coma. What type of physical/mental therapist would be suggested by the doctor? For how long? And how exactly is a coma induced? Does the doctor have to keep feeding drugs to keep the patient in a coma, or does the patient stay in the coma once the drug is administered? [The patient doesn't remember the crash and is 'suffering' from memory repression.]

Thanks in advance.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
-Jimmy