Management of displaced(Garden’s stage III and IV) femoral neck fracture with posterior comminution; in relatively young patients, is often a challenge to most average Orthopaedic surgeons. The main debate is to choose between osteosynthesis and replacement arthroplasty. It is highly desirable to retain the natural femoral head in this group of patients considering the long-term complications of replacement arthroplasty. So far different methods of osteosynthesis for fresh femoral neck fractures with posterior comminution have not been much successful, due to inherent instability at the fracture site. The present book describes an inexpensive and technically less demanding method of achieving satisfactory functional results in these patients.