Videos of GyroStim in action

GyroStim can combine a variety of parameters for a limitless array of motion profiles.  The videos below show just a handful of profiles from therapeutic exercises to extreme sports performance training.


Incremental Advancement

Everyone begins GyroStim training at the lowest intensity levels. As you learn how the training works, and your accuracy with the interactive challenge (perceive, process, and react) improves, you'll progress through higher levels of intensity --- at your own pace.

This method of “incremental advancement” creates an individualized training experience for each person, improving and fine-tuning sensorimotor skills and cognitive function as you advance through the training program.

For many people these low levels of intensity are where the biggest gains occur as symptoms diminish. A progression of Levels 1, 3, and 5 are shown above. Notice that these lower level profiles are rhythmic, repetitious, and non-inverting, and present a relatively easy challenge.

GoPro Video from Inside the GyroStim

This GoPro video provides a dynamic visual demonstration of a Level 12 profile from both inside and outside of the GyroStim. Notice that this profile is designed to invert and includes random, unpredictable motions.

Watch how GyroStim training challenges physical and cognitive abilities as the person in the chair strives to hit as many laser targets as he can during this 30-second run. This activity provides “repetitious opportunity” to exercise, challenge, and push the abilities of the brain and sensorimotor systems to perceive (see a target), process (decide to go after a target), and react (move to hit the target). Additional cognitive tasks can be added during the exercise to further challenge brain function.

Concerned about motion sickness? Not a problem.
A reduction of motion sickness is one of the “side effects” (benefits) that occurs with GyroStim training.


US Olympic Figure Skating medalist working on his reaction time and spatial awareness skills.




Elite college hockey athlete loosening up and getting into the right frame of mind before a practice; firing-up his sensorimotor systems, improving reaction time, and sharpening hand-eye coordination skills.



This professional hockey player, once challenged daily by the lingering effects of multiple concussions is now pushing the limits… and his ability to perceive, process, and react with one of GyroStim’s extreme training profiles.