This is what the Drivetide Compensation Inertiics (DCI) are for. It's a tightly-networked system of small gravitic generators in the decks and walls that compensates for the tides generated by the gravitic drive of the ship. The DCI is a critical component -- without it, the incredible accelerations of combat maneuvers would exceed the Roche limit of the crew.
Addendum to Note: 21st-century astrophysicists understand the Roche limit to be the orbital distance at which a satellite with no tensile strength will begin to be tidally torn apart by the body it is orbiting. 31st-century DCI engineers understand it to be the point at which drive tides will exceed the tensile strength of individual crew members.