It was Scott Catton?s father who opened the first two-for-one optical store in Ontario in 1989. It was called Wholesale Vision, and the glasses sold there were crafted at the lens-manufacturing facility onsite. The company may have changed its name to iVision in 2000, and it may have a new president?Scott?but it still offers two-for-one specs, perfect for those who misplace things or for for people like Superman, who need to completely change their identity in a hurry. iVision also still manufactures all of its lenses in-house. These lenses go on to fill regular frames as well as frames from designer brands such as Ray-Ban, Hugo Boss, Prada, and Gucci.
After starting her career in family medicine, Dr. Shahira Boulos decided to transition to an approach to aesthetic medicine that uses less invasive techniques to dramatically improve patients' appearances. She accomplishes this goal by utilizing cutting edge advancements in medspa technology, including a Candela cosmetic laser system as well as an elōs Plus device, which can tone the skin and conceal signs of acne scars by using bi-polar radio frequencies. Dr. Boulos continues to rely on her decades of medical experience when injecting dermal fillers or Botox. However, she also flexes her aesthetician muscles to minimize the appearance of unwanted blemishes by administering chemical peels or treating the skin with a diamond-tipped microdermbrasion wand. For a more classically indulgent spa experience, the center also features a massage therapist, who can relieve the chronic aches plaguing muscles, soft tissues, and vestigial antennae.
Helmed by professionals who have earned the highest level of TPI certification, each of Enhanced Care Aurora Walk-In & Medical Clinic's Titleist Performance Institute swing analysis strives to improve clients' golf games by crafting a swing that suits their unique physical capabilities. Sessions begin with a physical screening, during which a medically trained analyst assesses each golfer's natural swinging motions and physical limitations, such as a lack of hip-turning flexibility or a hand with divot tools for fingers. Using high-speed video swing analysis, aces squire pupils on how to harness essential muscle groups in their swing motions to maximize their power and ball-striking ability while minimizing their chance of injury. Duffers depart with a golf-specific fitness regimen to shore up any physical deficiencies, smooth out ideal movement patterns, and rehabilitate injuries sustained from wrestling feral golf carts.