5700 Six Forks Road #202

​Raleigh, NC 27615

In the Capital Office Centre


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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):

There are other professionals that practice Acupuncture. What makes this different from the rest?

-Most practitioners including MD ND chiropractors etc. can have as little as 60 hour of training to practice. Our lead practitioner has over 6,400 hours alone in schooling at East West college of Natural medicine. While in Florida he was trained as a primary care physician which includes in the scope of practice lab test as well as injections. 

How is ABNR (acupuncture) different from acupuncture, dry needling and medical acupuncture?

-ABNR is a neurological based treatment that is dictated by your body. Acupuncture in this country is generally used in a energy theory called Traditional Chinese Medicine. ABNR is strictly physiology and western medicine. Dry needling is simply needling into trigger points forcing a relaxation of a muscle. Unlike ABNR it is deemed very painful. Medical acupuncture is used to treat only pain areas which are locally needled. ABNR is systemic internal medicine that treats pain in a more exact approach. 

How is this herbal approach different than other places?

-Most places use western herbs or even pills of asian formulas. Western herbs not as time tested as powdered asian herbals. Pills are far more general in approach and therefore not as effective for each individual. Its really the diagnosis method which allows a customized streamlined mixture for your exact physiology. The customization of formulas and single herbs makes it the apex of natural medicine. 

What makes this approach different than other modalities?

-Unlike other modalities this form of medicine precisely finds the issues in the body and  treats the physiological, mental and emotional planes. Origin Complete Medicine treats the whole body thoroughly and stimulates the nervous system in unison. This is a stand alone type of medicine unless the need is emergency room based. In which case we gladly refer out.  This is a Western  physical medicine used in a neurological sense whereas acupuncture is used in this country as a theoretical model. Worldwide  Alternative medicine is used in about 80% of the countries and there is a profound amount of research on it. 

How long does it  take to correct problems?

-Every body is a unique blueprint with various combinations of errors mixed in with the properly functioning areas. If one treatment gets you to 50%, and two treatments would make 100%. This is not common and is congruent with all forms of medicine. 

Will the problems be fixed for good?

-We all have our genetic thresholds. As long as you respect the body and its different limits then corrections will stay. Each person will have different weaknesses such as digestive, neurological, etc.

What does this actually do?

-It enhances the reflexive nature of the nervous system. The nerves are connected to blood vessels and they communicate both ways. Blood flow dictates healthy nerves and nerves activate blood flow. This mediates all functions in the body. This style is vastly different than Traditional Chinese Medicine, dry needling and regular medical acupuncture for pain relief.

Contact for Appointment


ABNR (Acupuncture)

Herbal Medicine 

Pulse Diagnosis

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Jonathon Kramer

​  L.Ac. (NC, CT, FL), D.Ac. (RI), DIPL. AC

​ Functional Medicine/Pulse Technician/Acupuncturist





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The truth about Dry Needling

Dry needling is not corrective care.  It is usually very painful, unlike acupuncture, and treats only simple trigger points.  Jonathon was trained under a European physician on how to use neurological endings to correct physiological, structural, and organ imbalances.  He studied under the most advanced practitioners in the country in palpatory and diagnostic skills, and  in pain and internal medicine treatments.  MD's and chiropractors have as little as 60 hours of training in dry needling, and attempt to practice needling that is not acupuncture but it defined as so.  In this field we always see last case scenarios or end stage diseases after a patient has tried everything else, yet virtually all will make an 80% or higher recovery with quality care.

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