By U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Foundation | April 16, 2018, 1 p.m. (ET)

Following their return from the Paralympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018, Oksana Masters and Mike Schultz visited the Steadman Clinic and the Steadman Philippon Research Institute in Vail, Colorado, to tour the premises and thank the clinic's staff and doctors, including Dr. Marc Philippon, who is a U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Foundation trustee. The pair, who each received pro bono operations at Steadman as part of Team USA's National Medical Network partnership with the clinic, combined for seven medals in PyeongChang, three of them gold. Photos by Eric Pond.

Oksana Masters chats with clinic staff

Oksana Masters and Mike Schultz pose with clinic staff and Julie Dussliere, vice president of U.S. Paralmypics

Oksana Masters and a fan take a selfie with her gold medal.

Mike Schultz tries his hand at arthroscopic knee surgery on a dummy leg

Mike Schultz reunites with Dr. Thomas Clanton, who performed heel surgery on the Paralympian in 2015

Oksana Masters and Mike Schultz pose with a young child, who wears Masters' medal

Oksana Masters and Mike Schultz hear about 3D limb printing from a clinic researcher

Mike Schultz and Oksana Masters return to the Steadman Clinic to show Dr. Marc Philippon their Paralympic medals

Dr. Marc Philippon examines Mike Schultz's Paralympic gold medal

U.S. Paralympics and Steadman Clinic staff pose with Oksana Masters and Mike Schultz