Thomas Aksnes of Bergen, Norway, with the Electrointersticial Scanner and patient.
The Foundation for Alternative and Integrative Medicine (FAIM) identifies effective alternative therapies using a four-pronged systematic approach.
FAIM makes site visits and screens clinical practices and protocols brought to our attention from all around the world to determine the level of supporting evidence and assess the feasibility of pursuing further research.
FAIM attends conferences around the world to pursue its search for effective, non-toxic, and low-cost alternative therapies.
Retrospective Studies and Clinical Trials
FAIM conducts retrospective reviews of the medical records to determine if the treatment or protocol merits further evaluation. FAIM creates cooperative relationships with other research facilities or awards grants for clinical trials to determine the safety and efficacy of targeted promising therapies.
Networking to Integrate New Therapies into Practice
Upon determination of efficacy and safety, FAIM shares the therapies with hospitals and clinics around the world for integration into the health care system. FAIM reports all findings on the FAIM.org website, publishes books, and participates in conferences to further disseminate information.
Meet the Founder
Businessman and retired Congressman Berkley Bedell founded the Foundation for Alternative and Integrative Medicine in 1998. Learn more...