Okay so I was diagnosed when I was bout 3 or 4 years old. I found out when my sister was getting me dressed for bed and accidentally yanked my head back which caused scoliosis. When I went to the doctor to fix my back they found my chiari malformation and I had two surgeries to fix everything up, one to cut off the bottom bit of my skull and the other to put a stent in my spine to get it straight. Now I'm seventeen, it's been 13 years since my surgery and the least my condition bother me is in occasional headaches when I cough a lot.
I am a cheerleader and I'm basically the perfect candidate for a flyer, which means I would be held in the air by three girls, do a pose or two, and then be caught. I'm perfectly comfortable doing this, I have a lot of spine flexibility and I'm very confident with my body's capabilities but I'm just a teenager and I know I probably think I'm much more invincible than I am.
I don't have the time or money to go talk to my doctor about this so I was just wondering if anybody has experience with stunting (or even tumbling) with a chiari malformation or if you know what kind of risks are associated with these activities.