Alternative and Integrative Medicine Center

Posted: January 1, 2015 at 12:48 pm

photo courtesy of dr. Radu Kramer

Gabi Popa, Jackie Conti, Santa Crisall, Dr. Radu Kramer, Jossy Breton and Yazmin Rodriguez of Alternative and Integrative Medicine Center in Paramus.

Providing quality care to patients

"The integrative medical approach is probably the most comprehensive way to diagnose and treat a patient," said Dr. Radu Kramer of the Alternative and Integrative Medicine Center in Paramus.

Alternative and integrative medicine relies on performing a thorough evaluation of the patient.

"The medical history, physical examination and the emotional assessment is corroborated with the genetic predispositions and environmental influences," Kramer said. "The diagnostic workup includes up-to-date conventional medicine modalities."

Kramer received his training in nephrology at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York.

"I spent five years at Keller Army Hospital in West Point, N.Y., prior to starting my private practice," he said. "During that time, I also worked with Dr. Revici, my great uncle and a true pioneer of alternative thinking in medicine, at his Institute of Applied Biology in Manhattan."

A strong belief in alternative and integrative medicine led Kramer to open his own practice.

"I was convinced then, just as I am today, that there's a growing need for a comprehensive approach for patients in general and in particular for those suffering from more complex diseases," he said.

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