GyroStimis a computer-controlled, multi-axis rotating chair integrated with an interactive laser targeting system.
GyroStimgenerates controlled intensities of complex vestibular stimulation while simultaneously providing exercise and challenge to (sensorimotor) systems throughout the human body.
GyroStim is engineered with state-of-the-art automation systems that deliver a wide variety of smooth, quiet, powerful, and precise motion profiles.
GyroStim's technology overcomes many limitations of conventional manually propelled therapy equipment and other automated devices.
GyroStim provides clinicians, athletic trainers, and researchers with a powerful new tool and new opportunities for advancements in rehabilitation and human performance enhancement strategies.
A quantum leap forward.
EVERYONE begins with low-intensity training. As abilities improve, the training intensity can be increased, building on current abilities and driving new gains.
This athlete is improving hand-eye coordination, balance, reaction time, situational awareness, and spatial awareness.
GyroStimis a quantum leap forward in the application, control, intensity, and delivery of vestibular stimulation and sensorimotor exercise:
At lower levels of intensity, clinicians use GyroStim for applying gentle yet powerful multi-axis visual-vestibular stimulation and sensorimotor exercises to a wide range of individuals.
At higher levels of intensity, GyroStim provides athletic trainers and sports medicine doctors with an interactive 3-dimensional “brain-based” training environment to challenge and improve balance, coordination, decisiveness, reaction time, situational awareness, spatial awareness, reflexes, mental acuity, and more.
At all levels of intensity, GyroStim provides researchers with the power, precision, and versatility needed for a wide range of research projects.
GyroStim is a breakthrough
for clinicians, researchers, and athletic trainers
who recognize the need for greater
power, precision, and control
in practical applications of vestibular stimulation.