Breakthrough MdDS Research with GyroStim to be Presented at the International Congress on Motion Sickness, July 2019

Dr. Kim Fox of AVORA Health Centers will present the results of a study on the efficacy of multi-axis rotational stimulation and sensorimotor training (using GyroStim) as an intervention for MdDS at the International Congress on Motion Sickness in Reykjavik, Iceland, in July of 2019.
 
Forty-two of the forty-nine subjects in the study reported a reduction in symptoms of MdDS following one to two weeks of training.

Dr. Fox, of AVORA Balance & Dizzy Center, in collaboration with Dr. Courtney Hall of East Tennessee State University, concluded, "This study provides early evidence that this method has promising potential to aid in the management of, or recovery from, MdDS.”

FROM LEFT:  Dr. Fox using GyroStim Sensorimotor Exercise System with a subject; 
Dr. Kim Fox of Avora Health Center; Dr. Courtney Hall, East Tennessee State University.

To view the abstract, click here.

The Congress will take place July 7 to 10 in collaboration with the 15th European Society of Clinical Evaluation on Balance Disorders meeting.

Following the Congress, the study will be submitted to Medline Journal, which is maintained by the National Library of Medicine.

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