Back in April of this year, I saw a post of a patient having GyroStim treatments after suffering a stroke. The GyroStim was being used to improve cognition and balance. This hit home with me. Even though I had not suffered a stroke, I was having trouble with cognition and balance due to Mal de Debarquement Syndrome (MdDS). I took a chance and contacted the Asheville Balance and Vestibular Center in Asheville, NC. Later that same day I received a call from Dr. Kim Fox. She and I had a long conversation about MdDS. She indicated that to her knowledge the GyroStim had never been used to treat MdDS. Well nothing from nothing leaves nothing. Knowing it might not work or it might make me worse, I took a shot and scheduled an appointment. Asheville is a 5 hour drive. We did 5 days of treatment 2 times a day for a total of 10 sessions. After day 3, I and Dr. fox noticed no sway/rock side to side which was physically nauseating to the pre-evaluating DPT (Dr. of Physical Therapy). It was a physical rock that had plagued me for about 6 years, 4 years into this disorder. By day 5, my level dropped from a 10 to a 2. I only had a slight bob up and down. We planned another treatment week for July allowing things to settle down. The brain fog was gone too. I returned July 17th and we did 10 more sessions. I am happy to report zero symptoms. NONE!! I can think again. The brain fog is gone. I do have to say the only problem I experienced is I'm having to baby step my way back into life. When you haven't gone to a grocery store or socialized with friends much, you just can't jump back into life. I am afraid of triggers so it's a must to take it slow. Wow this is awesome. Best of all I got to meet the patient who received the GyroStim treatment!!