See GyroStim in Action
A GyroStim session typically lasts 30 minutes and is made up of one or more therapeutic stimulations, a.k.a. "runs." Each run is typically between 15 and 60 seconds long. There will be a rest period between each run, followed by a progress assessment.
Everyone begins GyroStim therapy with slow, predictable, non-inverting motion profiles. This allows subjects of all levels of abilities the opportunity to experience the sensations and activities involved with the therapy without feeling motion discomfort or sensory overload.
The video ABOVE illustrates incremental advancement
of therapy intensity from Level 1, to Level 3, and to Level 5.
On the morning of June 15, 2017, Jackson Gannon and his brother were involved in a head-on motor vehicle accident in Augusta, GA. Jackson sustained a severe traumatic brain injury and stayed at length in the ICU, fighting for his life.
Here's a look at where Jackson is today following his journey using GyroStim, thanks to Avora Health Center in Asheville, NC. where clinic founders, Mark and Kim Fox, DPT happened to see Jackson's story on TV and reached out to his family.
This video shows the wide range of GyroStim applications, starting with low intensity, low challenge through the very highest intensity and challenge --- with lots of information in between for both patients and athletes.