Medical Research and Grants
Doug Huseby, founder and owner of Becker Furniture World, has been in business for over 35 years and has always been interested in results. He has studied options for he and his family to stay healthy and avoid the pain and suffering of acquiring deadly illnesses prematurely, along with finding a solution to simply avoid getting sick with the latest “bug” going around.
In 1987, Doug lost his mother as a result of an operation that he felt could have been avoided if the option of complementary medicine and therapies would have been provided. Since her death, he has watched countless friends and family members suffer, only to lose their battles. These events launched a deep and intense passion to learn more about medical options, including complementary medicine and therapies.
The Medical Research and Grants program strives to achieve five major goals.
- Develop a research and education plan to help people understand their options on total health based on natural principles of wellness. This may include either traditional or complementary health methods.
- Review and understand each ailment/remedy and how to apply it to our health concerns with your Doctor participating.
- Elevate the public and professional awareness of this research by web or Internet, reports, pamphlets, books, personal coaching and audio-visual materials.
- Promote freedom of choice on health care options and be able to choose a health care practitioner, traditional or complementary, whose treatment will be covered by medical insurance.
- Medical Grants for approved applicants.
Veteran Pain Program
The Veteran Pain Program falls under the Medical Research and Grants umbrella of the charity. It provides medical grants for effective treatment to help relieve chronic pain for veterans of war. Our goal is to help veterans return to their daily lives as quickly and healthy as possible.
Did you know…
-More than 1 in 3 of all service-connected disabilities among veterans are musculoskeletal system conditions, affecting 4,471,591 veterans.
-Estimated total disability compensations costs were $36,485,965,838 in 2010 (From the Veterans Benefits Administration Annual Benefits Report 2010).
For more information or to find out if you qualify for a free medical grant, please contact us.