“The quality of my training as a ski jumper has increased thanks to the help of PHG. When training at home in Calgary, I do weekly office visits to maintain good function and deal with the stresses of my sport. During training and in competition, the work done by ProActive Health Group has helped me to prepare firing up all my muscles to make sure that they were capable of doing their job when the time came. The difference from when I don’t have the treatment to when I do is very noticeable. I can feel the difference right away. The plyometric portion of my warm up becomes more powerful, and feels like I don’t need to try as hard and tense up my body, it just all comes naturally. As an athlete that travels extensively, I find it very helpful when the physicians explain to us what he is doing and why it benefits us; especially when they is not able to travel with the team. Attending the Sochi Winter games was an incredible experience; even more so being the first women ski jumpers in history to participate. As an Olympic athlete, it has been amazing to have the support from PHG in Sochi; I had developed shin splints on the day of our competition and also had ongoing problems with my back. I found it very helpful when the physicians were at the ski jump venue to treat me before and between my competition jumps. The difference afterwards was amazing. I believe that having these treatments done by ProActive Health Group is a key ingredient to the success of an athlete, especially in a sport like ski jumping. I tend to have small issues after each training or competition jump, and it makes it stressful mentally. It can be difficult to concentrate when there is pain while preparing to take another jump.