Alabama Vision Center doesn’t have one single sight specialist on staff. They have six. The team of ODs, MDs, and an Au.D. draws upon varying skill sets and a staff of 32 technicians and office professionals to provide services ranging from LASIK vision correction to bifocal implants recommended for those with presbyopia or very tiny books. The technology on hand is unparalleled as well, with lasers that help with everything from blade-free corneal surgery to cataract removal to treatment for wet macular degeneration.
Of course, keeping eyesight healthy and strong from the get-go is the staff's number-one priority, and so they offer comprehensive exams that begin with an external inspection of the eyes and surrounding tissue, and end with a tonometry test to identify signs of glaucoma. In between, doctors take note of tracking abilities, visual field, refractive abilities, and colorblindness, and also perform an ophthalmoscopy test, where they inspect the retina to check for any detachment or sudden changes in its mood. A free hearing screening is also included with each patient's first visit, keeping jealous ears from feeling like eyes get all the attention.
Young H. Choi thrives in the microscopic world. He has performed thousands of surgeries on eyes, using a variety of lasers in order to make intricate improvements and minute adjustments to corneas. He offers a variety of services, including LASIK surgery, implantable contact lenses, and cosmetic services.
The trainers at Montgomery Adventure Boot Camp motivate people of all fitness levels to lose weight in a fun and engaging program. The workouts are constantly changing so exercisers don't get bored—sessions might include resistance sprints, yoga poses, squats, and obstacle-course runs.