In 1911, when he opened Standard Optical, Henry Schubach could not have guessed that his successors would be providing LASIK treatments and contact lenses in 18 clinics. Each office fills with chatter as doctors check prescriptions and work to identify common optical issues, such as glaucoma or weeping when an onion dies. Light skips off ranks of designer frames from Coach, Maui Jim, Guess, Lacoste, and Dior, and transitional lenses darken as newly keen-eyed patrons mosey from the shop. The staff at Standard Optical has also performed more than 15,000 LASIK procedures, and offers a free consultation for those seeking to ditch frames.
Led by Doctor of Chiropractic Justin Poppe, the wellness and beauty experts at Total Health Body Sculpting target areas of difficult-to-burn fat with technology that's been featured on Fox News and The Doctors. In the noninvasive procedure, ultrasonic waves and adages about loving something and letting it go convince cells to release their fatty acids, sending them through the body's lymphatic and vascular systems. Each treatment, which requires no downtime, also includes a radio-frequency session to tighten loose skin.
Podiatrist and surgeon Dr. Jason Dickerson has been easing the ailments that hide inside Utah residents' socks for more than 10 years. At the Foot & Ankle Institute he treats everything from sprains and strains to gout, infections, and retractable toenails. Simple routine checkups make sure all is well in the lower appendages, and custom orthotics relieve pain and correct alignment issues.
At Master Kwon's World Class Tae Kwon Do, Grand Master and seventh-degree black belt Jin Yong Kwon imparts more than a quarter-century of tae kwon do wisdom in lessons for participants of all ages. Through tae kwon do training, pupils develop technical martial-arts skills while seeking to build traits such as self-control, respect, and confidence that carry over into other facets of life.
Alpine Spinal Rehab’s Dr. Jerry Clark studied at the University of Florida Medical School in spinal rehabilitation and is a fellow in applied spinal biomechanical engineering. This explains his reliance on the use of ultramodern diagnostic technology, such as spinal x-ray imaging, to target and treat chronic pains. Once he pinpoints the source, he may prescribe traditional chiropractic care, massage therapy, or physical therapy.
Despite being named Best Chiropractor in 2013 by readers of the Daily Herald, Doctor of Chiropractic Steve Baker and his staff at Baker Chiropractic and Accident Rehabilitation haven't let the praise go to their heads. Instead, they've kept their noses to the grindstone, scheduling everything from adjustments and physical-therapy sessions to massages and acupuncture treatments. The range of services can help alleviate an array of injuries, including dislodged discs from slouching in one's desk and whiplash from slouching in one's demolition-derby car.