Gerson Practitioner Network
What is a Gerson Practitioner?
Through our Gerson Practitioner Training Program, medical professionals with a variety of backgrounds from all over the world use their advanced medical degrees and extensive clinical skills to provide individual case management in the Gerson Therapy via TeleMedicine. Medical professionals must meet requirements related to designation, academic background and clinical experience in order to qualify for the program.
After successfully completing academic courses and demonstrating clinical competency throughout the two year training program, medical professionals are then granted the designation of Certified Gerson Practitioner (CGP). This designation is a proprietary endorsement of a medical professional in the practice of the Gerson Therapy.
All Gerson Practitioners within our international network provide individualized Gerson Therapy protocols along with ongoing follow-ups, protocol adjustments and medical guidance. Some offer in-patient services as a licensed Gerson clinic while others offer primarily out-patient services.
In-patient: Certified Gerson Practitioners provide services at a licensed Gerson clinics and are considered some of our most seasoned Gerson Practitioners.
Out-patient: Certified Gerson Practitioners provide services via TeleMedicine, meaning most or all consultations are conducted online or by phone. Some CGPs offer in-person consultations (no overnight capacity).
How do I work with a Gerson Practitioner?
Complete the application below for a referral.