So, lowly resident here that gets to do lots and lots of regional blocks (stimulating caths, ultrasound, single shot, LP, sciatic, femoral, ax, infraclav, supraclav, interscalene,paravetebs, trans abdominus, etc) and is wondering what actually happens in the real world? How do you do TKAs? ankle/wrist/elbow stuff? Shoulders? Is it mostly epidurals and PCAs? Are there actually groups that do a fair number of peripheral blocks for Ortho things? Just curious what sort of skills will be most useful in the future.