Over the years, we have received numerous requests to offer a certification program for aspiring GNM teachers and practitioners. Currently, a legitimate GNM certification can only be provided by an accredited GNM school. This, however, requires that German New Medicine® is officially recognized by the relevant government agency (see Government of Nicaragua). In North America and Europe, this is not likely to happen in the near future. Any “GNM certification” is therefore meaningless and, at this point in time, worthless.
During his lifetime, Dr. Hamer has always emphasized that similar to the studies of conventional and naturopathic medicine, the study of GNM and the training of health professionals must take place at a University level. In addition to the thorough education in the science and practical application of GNM, students would have to take courses in embryology, biology, biochemistry, microbiology, physiology, anatomy, and neurology as disciplines that complement GNM as a natural science. The study of diagnostic imaging, inlcuding radiology, serves as a basis for the interpretation of organ images and, above all, for the analysis of brain scans. On completion of his studies, the graduate would receive the professional title of a “Doctor of German New Medicine (Germanische Heilkunde)”.
We invite health practitioners that are using or planning to use GNM in their practice to study GNM through our website (see Study Guideline) and take the courses we offer together with Dr. Alvin De Leon, D.C (see “GNM for Health Practitioners”). Dr. Alvin De Leon, who is running a private clinic in Toronto, Canada, has been practicing German New Medicine since 2011. His success as a GNM practitioner (see his GNM Case Studies) shows that a medical professional can be of great service to his patients without having – at this time - a “GNM certification”.