My name is David Watson. I’m an orthopedic surgeon and I practice orthopedics with the Florida Orthopaedic Institute in Tampa, Florida. I have several areas of expertise. I did separate fellow years of fellowship training. I did a a year of a trauma fellowship training, which is a management of complex fractures and dislocations. And then I did a year of adult reconstruction training. So I specialize in the treatment of fractures, complex fractures, nonunions as well as hip and knee reconstruction and hip preservation surgery. When I was a third year medical student, I rotate it with a doctor by the name of Ross Layton. He’s an orthopedic surgeon, Halifax, Nova Scotia. And over that, a month and a half I spent with him, I realized just how wonderful the impact that orthopedic surgery when, when done well can have on a patient. It’s certainly is challenging. There’s no doubt about that. I’m relatively busy being a doctor. So the times when I’m not working are generally spent with my family. And I have a, my wife and three lovely children. Hip reconstructio is an absolute fantastic surgery in terms of returning quality of life. And if you can take them to the point where they’re, have no pain and are able to do the things that not just need to do but they want to do to enjoy life, it’s very, very satisfying.