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GyroStim is a computer controlled, fully automated, interactive, multi-axis rotational chair.
It provides powerful and precise data-driven exercises for challenging and reinforcing visuomotor and sensorimotor performance, and more.
GyroStim is used in a wide range of applications at health clinics, sports training centers, universities, professional sports teams, and military and aerospace research laboratories in multiple countries around the world.
GyroStim, with unmatched versatility, offers wide-ranging capabilities and applications for people from all walks of life, from those with profound challenges to Olympic and professional athletes at the top of their game, and virtually everyone in between.
How is Gyrostim used?
GyroStim can be used to gently and safely exercise and challenge performance of the visuomotor and sensorimotor systems, and increase reaction time and tolerance to motion and spatial orientation.
GyroStim provides customizable, gentle, controlled whole-body single and multi-axis rotation combinations for a wide range of passive and interactive applications.
GyroStim offers a wide range of data-driven high-intensity exercises to enhance skills essential for superior athleticism including hand-eye coordination, reaction time, balance, spatial awareness, mental acuity, proprioception, situational awareness, decisiveness, and more.
GyroStim’s unparalleled capabilities are helping world-class athletes challenge the very core of their athleticism, breakthrough performance plateaus, and reach their ultimate potential.
GyroStim provides researchers with the versatility, repeatability, and dependability needed in a system to withstand the rigors of research projects involving whole-body rotation.
GyroStim’s breakthrough capabilities continue to be utilized in various IRB approved case studies and research projects exploring the effects and applications for vestibular stimulation in rehabilitation, athletic performance enhancement, military warfighter readiness, aerospace medical research, and deep space travel exploration.