I was just a month ago or so diagnosed with type 1 Chiari malformation, but the fact is that I'm 17 years old and still in high school with PE classes which are mandatory. I went to a neurologist but she wasn't one I would trust because all she basically said to me was which was written on my MRI results. I have an appointment with another neurologist but it's on 19th Feb.
What I'm wondering is if there are things which I shouldn't be doing in PE classes? I don't have an official note to show because the research is still going on but I could talk with the teacher because she's quite understanding. In the class, we have running (sprint and long distance), acrobatics, volleyball, baseball, soccer, floorball, basketball, jump rope jumping, push-ups, sit-ups, long jump, high jump, shot put, and now in the winter we also have ice skating.
If anyone wants to know why I don't think the first neurologist was a good choice is because when I asked if I should avoid doing something, she replied that nothing too bad has happened so far so I think you'll be fine.