For decades, Joe Nieberding was part of the launch team with NASA. Joe plotted the trajectory of spacecraft. His biggest fear was an attack of Meniere’s disease during the launches. Vertigo and nausea would hit Joe so hard at times that he would move from one room to another on his hands and knees. By 2006, the attacks were coming daily and lasting five to six hours. A visit to Dr. Issam Nemeh’s medical office changed all of that. His science friends are still scratching their heads.