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Cutting-Edge Laser Therapy in High Springs

Oct 26, 2016 01:35PM ● By Jay Workman

Jack Agliata, DC, is the owner of Dr. Jack’s Chiropractic Care, in downtown High Springs. In addition to hands-on manual chiropractic adjusting technique, he offers massage therapy, laser therapy and kinesio taping, and is also an AVCA-certified certified equine chiropractor. The office introduced the K-Laser to the practice two years ago and have a full-time laser therapist on staff.


Other staff members include Sarah Kramme, certified chiropractic physician’s assistant (CCPA) and office manager; Suzanne Agliata, CCPA and certified laser therapist; JoNell Bennett, licensed massage therapist (LMT); and Kimberly Whitehorne, LMT.


Agliata had a large, multidisciplinary practice in New Jersey for many years, and after moving his family to Florida in 2006, started practicing in High Springs the same year. Suzanne says, “We have a small, friendly office; we get to know our patients. ‘Dr. Jack’ only schedules four adjustments per hour and spends the time directly with the patient. We offer a complimentary consultation and treatment with the laser so the patient can have an understanding of what the laser is, what it can do and how it can help them. It has helped hundreds of patients regain mobility, function and reduction in pain without medications.”


Dr. Jack’s Chiropractic offers two very distinct massage therapies. Whitehorne uses deep tissue techniques and Bennett has a lighter touch. “Both are extremely effective, but we can tailor to each patients wants and needs,” explains Suzanne. “The success of the office lies on not only the clinical staff, but our fantastic office manager, Sarah Kramme. Her handling of everything from the phone, patient contact, scheduling and insurance knowledge is always professional, yet personal. Our office could not run without her.”


Location: 105 NE 1st Ave. For appointments, call 386-454-4055. For more information, visit

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