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The Bruder Moisture Mask is a very effective, holistic approach to dry eye.  Heating your eye lids enables/activates your own body to better produce the oils essential to create a great tear film.  The mask is far better than warm compresses with face cloths because it delivers sustained heat.   A face cloth will only stay warm for approximately 40 seconds and you need a minimum of 5 minutes to have a positive effect on lipid flow/production.  5 to 10 minutes of the Bruder mask followed by lid massage works wonders for dry eye sufferers.  

Dr. Morris uses the mask as cross-over product for both dry eye sufferers and because it offers a very spa-like, soothing experience... it also is very helpful for those suffering from digital eye strain.

Bruder masks are reusable, cleanable and last a very long time!
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Dr Morris loves to ski and loves to share favorite ski places.   Whistler is great but there is so much choice for Western Canada skiing in the Rocky Mountains!  Here is his hidden list of great skiing in Alberta and BC.    (Eastern Canada coming soon!)

Sunshine Village Skiing
Sunshine Village - 2017

Western Canada Skiing 

 Whistler Blackcomb - http://www.whistlerblackcomb.com/ 

Largest in Canada – Peak to peak gondola 

Favorite Runs – Blackcomb Glacier - anything around Kaleidoscope  

Amazing Village, Après Ski and nightlife 

Skied here dozens of time – snow unpredictable 

Fly to Vancouver BC – easy access depending on traffic, ~2+hrs from Vancouver 

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Sun Peaks - http://www.sunpeaksresort.com/winter/ 

Second Largest in Canada – Patrolled back country skiing/riding @ Mt Tod 

Favorite Runs – Hat Trick & The Sticks  

Good Village but limited night life 

Skied here once (Dec/Jan) – upper elevations great snow, lower village poor coverage 

Fly to Kamloops BC 


Big White - www.bigwhite.com 

Known for great snow – ice climbing and many activities 

Favorite Runs – Paradise & Paradise Glades 

Good Village but limited night life 

Skied here twice (Dec/Feb) – Great snow 

Fly to Kelowna BC 


Silver Star - http://winter.skisilverstar.com/ 

Known for great snow – tubing and many activities one price  

Favorite Runs – Bon Diablo 

Limited Village – would not stay here – 2 sides to mountain with long T bar traverse (the one’s boarders hate) 

Skied here twice (Dec/Feb) – Great snow 

Supposed to have a new Gondola soon to help lift lines

Fly to Kelowna BC,  near Vernon BC 


Fernie  - http://www.skifernie.com/ 

Not much Village – town of Fernie is cute – (hot tub time machine filmed here) 

Favorite Runs – Anything into Currie bowl 

Limited Village – huge range of terrain 

Skied here twice (Jan/March) – Too warm in mid-March 

Fly to Calgary – long drive 


Kimberly  - http://skikimberley.com/  

One of few resorts with night skiing 

Favorite Runs – Black forest Area 

Skied here twice (Jan/March) – Too warm in mid-March 

Fly to Calgary – long drive 


Lake Louise  -  http://www.skilouise.com/ 

Lots of great glades 

Favorite Runs – Summit Platter down through Charlies choice & glades 

Skied here many times – Part of http://www.skibig3.com/  (highly recommend)  

Fly to Calgary – Drive – Stay in Banff or Lake Louise 


Sunshine  Village-  http://www.sunshine-village.com/ 

Wide open bowls – You park then take a gondola into village – you can ski in Alberta and BC as straddles border 

Favorite Runs – Anything to the left of Mt Standish lift   or  Schoolmarm or  the glades behind the lodge

Because of high elevation  - you can ski here generally later in the season than anywhere else (PICTURE above is May 2017)

Skied here many times – Part of http://www.skibig3.com/  (highly recommend)  

Fly to Calgary – Drive – Stay in Banff or Lake Louise 

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Norquay-  http://winter.banffnorquay.com/ 

Have tried a few times but poor snow or ice makes me want to drive a bit further for more consistent snow at Sunshine or Lake Louise.

Part of http://www.skibig3.com/   multi mountain pass - Great deal!

Fly to Calgary – Drive – Stay in Banff or Lake Louise 


Panorama-  http://www.panoramaresort.com/ 

Great terrain – Great Steeps, great kid's program

Favorite Runs – Millennium , View of 1000 Peaks (smaller pic below)

Limited Village - Sleepy 

Fly to Calgary – Drive – stay if you want to relax! 

Check out Arrowhead micro brewery on the way in

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Kicking Horse  http://kickinghorseresort.com/winter-main/ 

Known for Powder – massive bowls 

Great terrain – Great Steeps – Advanced mountain (lower beginner’s area not good) 

Favorite Runs – Sluiceway, Sliver Lining > Cloud Nine 

Limited Village but town of Golden BC nice 

Fly to Calgary – Drive – beautiful drive through the mountains – some very nice condos at base 


Revelstoke    http://www.revelstokemountainresort.com/ 

I have not been – someday! 


Red Mountain     http://www.redresort.com/

I have not been    Next on my list

Fly to Spokane Washington – ~ 250km drive North Across Border


Marmot Basin    https://www.skimarmot.com/

I have not been – wish list

~400km from either Edmonton or Calgary – Jasper AB


Power Mountain Cat Skiing (Just South of Whistler) 

http://powdermountaincatskiing.com/ 

Great guides and feels very safe backcountry - Many short runs at high elevation 

Rent FAT powder skis min 100mm underfoot 

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Have fun!!!   

Jason Morris 

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I highly recommended Hyabak®.  It has far exceeded our patients' expectations to help dry eyes and contact lens related irritation.  We often hear "This is the best eye drop that I have ever tried" when they return to purchase more.

Part of the magic of Hyabak® is in the bottle.  The special, filtered bottle allows for the drop to be non-preserved.  This means that it is very gentle to the ocular surface and can be used many times a day if required.  Hyabak®'s bottle also has a long shelf life of 90 days once opened.  This is 3 times longer than a standard bottles' shelf life (30days once opened).  Non-preserved drops are typically delivered in single dose vials costing much more.   Each Hyabak® bottle contains ~300 drops.

Hyabak® is not the answer for all forms of dry eye.  Please see our DRY EYE INFORMATION PAGE and/or speak to your eye care professional about the correct dry eye therapy for you.

You can order Hyabak® by clicking 'Add to Cart' below and following the instructions.  We will ship out your product ASAP.  Note that our online eCommerce name is "mEYEspa".
SHIPPING is via Canada Post and rate is calculated at checkout

Product details: Hyabak® is a preservative free hypotonic solution designed to decrease signs and symptoms of dryness.

  • Preservative Free
  • Phosphate Free
  • High tolerance
  • Easy to use bottle, easy to administer drops
  • Handy size, no wastage, economical – can be used until the very last drop
  • Suitable for regular use
  • Hypotonic solution – to restore the natural osmotic balance of the tear film
  • Suitable for use with contact lenses
  • 300 drops per bottle
  • Every drop provides a precise and sufficient dose
  • Can be used for up to 3 months from opening


Dr Morris' Vision Blog

  • Poor Vision with correct Rx
    May 2018 | What are some reasons that your could have poor vision even if your eyeglass/contact lens prescription is 100% correct?   #1  There could be an imbalance in the muscles of your eyes... imbalance can result in poor vision, fatigue, fluctuating vision.  The can be corrected with appropriate prism lenses.  #2 Tear film - Although a very thin layer, having a tear film of the correct chemistry and consistency is critical to great, stable vision.  #3 Pathology - Something wrong with the eye (e.g. cataract, retina issue) or behind-the-eye in the visual system (e.g. inflammation, concussion) can result in poor vision.  #4 Lenses- Scratches, poor coatings can lead to poor vision like night glare even with the correct power!  #5 Fatigue- Vision fluctuation increases with fatigue  #6 Working distance- Agecan make it more challenging to make all distance clear with one prescription.  Often multiple prescriptions are required for different working distances!   Dr. j   www.StudioEyeCare.com


  • The evolution of 'Cell Phone Bifocals'
    Feb 2018 |  I have been an Optometrist for over 20 years and I have noticed an interesting sign-of-the-times (maybe only to other Optometrists! LOL)  Even 10 years ago, I always used a reading distance of ~40cm to calculate the power required on bifocal glasses.   Only if my patient liked to sew or fly fishing would I venture to hike up the reading power and reduce working distance.   These days cell phone have completely changed the distance at which we read.  Over the last few years my patients' bifocal lenses are universally stronger... driven by the need to see phones at a close reading distance.  There has been some new innovative lenses to help deal with this problem so that things 'in-between' like dashboards and shelves and old-school computer screens are still clear.   We are problem solvers at Studioeyecare.com    See you soon,  Dr.j






  • Near & Farsightedness - not opposite?
    Jan 2018 | The terms nearsightedness and farsightedness cause endless confusion. Nearsightedness (myopia) is the easier of the two... near vision is great without glasses.  Significant nearsightedness almost always requires correction.  Farsightedness (hyperopia) is however not the opposite.  For a child, farsightedness means that they have to work harder to focus on near tasks - whether this requires glasses is an individual decision with an Optometrist.  For someone in their 20's and 30's, farsightedness means that closer tasks may be tiring or unclear some of the time.   For the 40+ crowd, farsightedness means close tasks are typically blurry most of the time.  Talk to your Optometrist about your best options to correct!   Dr. j   Studioeyecare.com

    Good links!
    http://www.allaboutvision.com/conditions/myopia.htm
    http://www.allaboutvision.com/conditions/hyperopia.htm


  • Treating Dry Eyes without drops?!
    Dec 2017 | There are two strategies that I use to treat dry eyes... #1 Add a drop to effect change to the surface of the eye and/or #2 Try and get the body to produce healthier tears.   This blog post lists methods used to get your own body to produce better tears.
    1] Heat - Using warm compresses for 5min twice a day will help move natural oils onto your ocular surface.  However, most people do not do compresses long enough or consistent enough to create change.  A warming mask like - Bruder- and lid massage is very useful for this.  There are in-office treatments also available.
    2] Omega3 - A good quality Omega3 ~2000mg per day will help provide the building blocks that your body needs for well-balanced tears.
    3] Water - Drink plenty of water!
    4] Humidity - Consider a humidifier for dry environments and when sleeping
    dr.j   Studioeyecare.com