Vestibular Science

Vestibular stimulation is commonly defined as the input that the human body receives when it experiences movement or gravity.

New studies continue to broaden our understanding of the magnitude and importance of vestibular contributions to processes throughout the brain and body, fueling a resurgence in the research and application of vestibular stimulation.

New Data, New Applications, New Potential.

Studies crossing multiple disciplines continue to supplement our knowledge and understanding of the vestibular system. Once believed to be associated only with balance, recent scientific studies demonstrate that the vestibular system and the effects of vestibular stimulation have an impact on multiple systems throughout the human body.

As new research continues to uncover the widespread benefits of vestibular stimulation, new applications are being identified as effective and non-invasive strategies to address aspects of an increasing number of conditions.

Research demonstrating the efficacy of vestibular stimulation in addressing a variety of conditions can be found in our Vestibular Research Library.

While studies reveal the broad potential of vestibular stimulation, practical applications in clinical settings have been slow to emerge. This has been due in large part because equipment capable of delivering the power, precision, and control needed for scientific study and clinical applications did not exist.

A Better Delivery System

Research points to a demonstrated need for a better and more effective way to deliver vestibular stimulation.

GyroStim’s advanced technology meets this need. It provides clinicians, athletic trainers, and researchers with a tool capable of delivering vestibular stimulation with the power, precision, and controllable intensities needed to further practical applications of vestibular stimulation today and to support and inspire research well into the future.