The Rinaldi Fontani Foundation NPO was founded in 2014 by the Rinaldi Fontani family, who wanted to create an autonomous organization, fully dedicated to social service and solidarity in favor of the community and, in particular, of those who are in situation of need.
In the Institute of care, research and training that they founded over 30 years ago, Rinaldi and Fontani developed the REAC technology, an innovative technology of bio and neuro modulation, and have been treating thousands of cases with the therapeutic protocols with REAC. Based on their clinical experience, supported and guided by a ceaseless study and research, the two medical researchers have been deepening the understanding of the mechanism of action of REAC Technology and exploring ever new fields of application.
The therapeutic perspectives offered by the REAC technology are definitely worth to be explored in all their potential, but this requires investments, tools and human resources.
To date, the Rinaldi Fontani Institute has totally self-financed its scientific and technological research in complete autonomy. But currently the state of research has reached a level and a range of extension such as to require investments that the Rinaldi Fontani Institute is no longer able to finance.
For this reason, Rinaldi and Fontani decided to found the Rinaldi Fontani Institute Foundation, which will collect the necessary funds for this new technology can be explored and known in all its potential and its therapeutic applications can be spread and made accessible to all who need it, benefited also by the fact that the REAC Technology is safe, has a low cost of application, it is relatively simple to use and can be easily administered on large number of people.
The Rinaldi family strongly believes – and this belief, this feeling, this vocation are the basis of the Rinaldi Fontani Foundation – that the mission of medicine is to seek a better quality of life and make every effort to ensure that the results of scientific research and clinical practice are accessible to all and health and well-being are not a privilege of the few, but an effective right for all.