Treatment for Balance Disorders
& Vestibular Dysfunction
GyroStim provides safe and effective treatment to help you overcome symptoms and get back to school, sports, work ...and life.
GyroStim provides therapeutic treatment
that promotes healing from within.
Are you experiencing vesitbular dysfunction or challenged by a balance disorder? GyroStim gets right to the source of the issue. Some of the symptoms GyroStim can actively treat and help reduce include:
headache and migraine
brain fog and mental fatigue
sensitivity to light and noise
Often referred to as ‘the invisible injury’, head injuries and many neurological conditions can cause vestibular dysfunction and balance disorder which disrupts the performance of the sensorimotor system.
The sensorimotor system is the network of sensory (cognitive perception) and motor (physical response) systems that enable your brain to perceive and interact with the world around you. Your vestibular system is a major contributor to this system. Problems with the vestibular system can result in sensorimotor system dysfunction which can manifest in a wide range of symptoms, making even the simplest ‘everyday activities’ in life become a challenge, and at times, unbearable.
Fortunately, the sensorimotor system has neuroplastic capabilities. With effective therapeutic treatment, rehabilitation is possible, and this is where GyroStim can help.
anxiety and emotional fragility
motion sensitivity / sickness
vision problems / reading difficulty
...and it's never too late.
Neuroplasticity does not expire - it is a lifelong capacity of the brain to change and rewire - with proper treatment.
GyroStim therapy promotes neuroplasticity and has helped thousands of people recover, even those who have suffered for years with debilitating symptoms of vestibular dysfunction following a head injury.
If you or someone you care about have exhausted all other therapy options; if you have been told by your medical provider to "learn to live with it", click here, find a GyroStim location near you and take control of your recovery.