Dr. Walter G. Stanwood: I oftentimes get questions around elbow injuries and specifically around younger athletes and why does it feel like there are so many more younger athletes having these elbow injuries and frankly having Tommy John Surgery? Well, what’s happened here in the last 20 to 30 years is that athletes have gone from playing one sport per season to concentrating on one sport 10, even 12 months out of the year. And so the stresses on an adolescence elbow are well beyond what they can tolerate, especially as they go through puberty. There is very at risk areas of the body and at risk times when you’re growing and rather than space out your exposure, we have become a society where we feel that we have to make Johnny the best pitcher he can be even when perhaps he is not made to be a pitcher. And that’s why we’ve such a – really an epidemic in the Tommy John Surgery evolving.