After his training in Internal Medicine at UCLA, Dr. Nemechek spent 25 years honing his clinical and research skills caring for individuals infected with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). Dr. Nemechek along with other HIV specialists of his generation were responsible for the rapid pace of discoveries that transformed HIV infection from a universally fatal infection into a chronically manageable condition. After relocating with his wife Jean to Arizona in 2010, Dr. Nemechek began focusing his considerable experience in nutrition, metabolism, inflammatory disorders and the autonomic nervous system on techniques designed to do the impossible, reverse chronic brain injury. Within a few years Dr. Nemechek was routinely reversing lifelong brain injuries and symptoms in athletes, soldiers and those with other forms of physical, emotional and inflammatory brain injuries. As word spread of his breakthrough in the brain recovery, patients began traveling to his Arizona clinic from all corners of the globe. During the discovery of this revolutionary brain repair technique, Dr. Nemechek developed a similar technique for children that was capable of reversing autism, most developmental issues and other common maladies such as ADD, hyperactivity, depression and anxiety. Jean Nemechek received her law degree from Washburn University and practiced as a child-abuse and city prosecutor during most of her law career. After moving to Arizona, Jean focused her management and writing skills on helping support and develop Dr. Nemechek's work in brain recovery. Jean's substantial communication skills have helped translate the complexities of The Nemechek Protocol into a positive, life-altering program that allows children to return to a more functional, capable lifestyle.