Help with Turning Based on Inertial Sensor: Gyro PID

Currently, my team is trying to have our robot turn much faster and more accurate based on the inertial sensor. We’ve gotten it to turn to a certain degree with the inertial sensor, but due to no change in velocity or correction it overshoots or spins in circles continuously. Thats when I considered using a PID to help fix our problem.
I was wondering based on the code below if gryo Pid turning would work with my teams robot. I found this online and adapted what I could to Vex V5, but I currently can’t test this on any robot. If this code simply doesn’t work, I would also appreciate the feedback.

void gyroPid (double angle) {

  double threshold;

  if(angle <= 0.0) {
    threshold = 1.5;
  }

  else {
    threshold = 0.7;
  }

  //variable instantiations
  double error = angle - Inertial11.rotation();
  double integral;
  double derivative;
  double prevError;
  double kp = 0.0;
  double ki = 0.0;
  double kd = 0.0;

  while(fabs(error) > threshold) {
    error = angle - Inertial11.rotation();
    integral = integral + error;
    if(error == 0 || fabs(error) >= angle) {
      integral = 0;
    }

    derivative = error - prevError;
    prevError = error;
    double p = error * kp;
    double i = integral * ki;
    double d = derivative * kd;

    double vel = p + i + d;

    Leftside.setVelocity(vel, percent);
    Rightside.setVelocity(-vel, percent);
    Leftside.spin(forward);
    Rightside.spin(forward);

    
  }
}