Hey Carol. The most important thing for you to follow is ALWAYS the guidance of your medical team. I'm sure there are a lot of people who would proffer advice and no matter how well intended could be misleading at best, dangerous at best. I am not totally familiar with all your terminology(I'm in the UK) and will need to research, which I'm happy to do. However, because you are not unfamiliar with exercise would suggest that you initiate a programme of stretching, as you suggest together with cardiovascular work, ie walking to begin with. I feel that the most important thing is tat you DO NOT overdue it, yet continuity is of great benefit. Each day, stretch for an extra 3 minutes and walk for an extra two. Hope this is of interest to you.
Hi am new on here. Brain tumor 10 % chance of living, but here! Not cancerous, but was so big attached to my optical, ears, jaw, skull thalamus and what's left grew around main arteries to my brain. Had Gamma Knife to stop the growth. So far so good, 6 + years life extension. Was stroked out during craniotomy, cut my Thalamus. So started by learning to hold a fork again. So really do what I can with the gym. I believe just going, being in the environment will hook up the synapses and connect the brain. So this ox very important. Great to be here!