Dr. Neal Robert Smookler resides in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, USA where he is in full time GNM clinical practice. He provides guidance and support to both professional and lay persons nationally as well as internationally.

Neal graduated from Boston College with a Bachelors of Science in Biology in June 1985 and received his Doctorate in Chiropractic from the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic (LACC) in December 1988. He holds a Chiropractic license from both the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the State of California. Upon graduation from LACC Neal opened Newbury Family Chiropractic on Newbury St. in Boston – one of the largest family focused Chiropractic practices in The Back Bay. The Newbury Street Guide did a rare cover story (only art galleries and haute couture made cover copy) of his practice in 1993.

Neal was instrumental in introducing Developmental Alphabiotics to a broader audience throughout Boston and the Northeast – at a time when very few had even known of the professions existence. Recognized as Massachusetts first Alphabiotic educator, Neal has for the last quarter century pioneered the introduction of Alphabiotics throughout Boston and New England.

Neal has been featured in The Newbury Street Guide, The Improper Bostonian, City Magazine, Sacred Pathways Magazine, Spirit of Change Magazine, ICPA Pathways as well as on WBZ, WZBC & WATD.

Neal’s introduction to German New Medicine came in 2007. He received his education and practical training from two of the leading GNM expert’s in the world – working with CT analysis and client case studies for over ten years.

The German New Medicine community is unique in that we are all sovereign entities yet also dependent upon one another. We have teachers, students, practitioners as well as casual observer’s all coming together for a common purpose. Over the years, Neal has been privileged to learn from some very, very special individuals.

Neal’s approach might best be expressed in a review by one member, Meredeth… To keep The New Medicine pure, principled and undiluted – focusing on Dr. Hamer’s original scientific findings and pushing all the frilly extras aside. Quite simple, really. 

For the last thirty years, Neal has maintained three full time practices in Boston, Wellesley and Hopkinton Massachusetts.

He is the founder of the kindness movement Hopkindton. May Kindness Prevail on Earth.     

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