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When a stroke and heart attack ravaged her husband's mind and body in 2004, Carmen Wylie sought a cure for what doctors called a hopeless situation. After only 10 neurofeedback treatments, her husband's short-term memory was largely restored, as were his motor skills and speech. At Cognitive Wellness Neurofeedback, Carmen uses the skills she's since learned as a neurofeedback therapist to help others. This method of healing begins with monitoring brainwaves to pinpoint ways in which the brain could operate more efficiently, and then updating its processes accordingly.