How new technologies could help solving complex reconstruction cases with major bone loss


Pushing the boundaries in orthopedics

Watch this webinar to gain a deeper understanding of the latest developments in the field of bone reconstruction and how they can be applied to your practice.

Topics addressed are:

  • The challenge of fixation in limb salvage and my experience with the Pantheon system
  • Indications and advantages of custom-made implants in case of major hip revisions
  • Clinical experience with custom-made acetabular reconstructions
  • Increasing use of endo-prosthetic replacement in non-oncology indications
CHU Toulouse, FRANCE
Course Director

Professor Reina is Head of Hip and Trauma department, of the University Hospital in Toulouse, France. He holds a PhD in Anthropobiology. He completed a fellowship in Oxford, UK and worked in Mayo Clinic, Rochester for research.

His main focus is hip & pelvis surgery. His clinical practice comprises conservative surgery, primary and complex revision total hip arthroplasty as well as trauma for complex acetabular fractures.

Board member of French Hip Knee Surgery, he is also member of the European Hip Society and the International Board of the American Association of Hip Knee Surgeons. He published more than 150 peer reviewed publications and book chapters, and lectured in various international conferences. His research interests integrate big data in orthopedics, modern care in hip surgery such as minimally invasive techniques, and musculoskeletal system’s ability to adapt to its environment (biomechanics and anthropological variability).

Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, Birmingham, UK
Oncology & Arthroplasty Consultant
Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute, Bologna, Italy
Director of Hip & Knee Reconstruction and Revision Unit
Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford, UK
Orthopaedic and Tumor Consultant


In collaboration with Adler Ortho

Adler Ortho