Professor Munjed Al Muderis to Speak at Limb Lengthening and Reconstruction Society Annual Meeting

Australian orthopaedic surgeon, Professor Munjed Al Muderis, will be speaking at the Limb Lengthening and Reconstruction Society Annual Meeting (LLRS) 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting.

The event, to be held from July 14th to 15th at the Resort at Squaw Creek, Lake Tahoe, California, will allow participants to apply the latest developments in the orthopedic subspecialties of limb lengthening and reconstruction, learn the principles of tissue generation by distraction, and improve their knowledge of surgical techniques of distraction histogenesis.

Professor Al Muderis will give speak on three related subjects on Friday 14th:

  1. The Use of Osseointegrated Titanium Implants to Treat Bilateral Amputees
  2. Medium-term Outcomes of Transfemoral Osseointegration in Association with Total Hip Replacement
  3. Medium-term Outcomes of Transtibial Osseointegration in Association with Total Knee Replacement

Commenting on the event, Professor Al Muderis said: “It’s always great to meet colleagues, find out what improvements are being made and swap notes. I’m looking forward to sharing the findings and learnings from the work we have been doing with osseointegration for amputees.”

Professor Al Muderis is the founder of Osseointegration Group of Australia which assist amputees achieve freedom through mobility and comfort using the newest innovations in the field of prosthetics. He is the founder of Osseointegration International which markets the innovative implant developed by Professor Al Muderis.

LLRS’s vision is to be “recognized as the authority on all aspects of limb reconstruction for patients young and old. They will be influential in developing new technologies and new surgical techniques. The LLRS will disseminate this information to others all with the goal of improving long-term outcomes for the patients they serve.”

LLRS is an American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) specialty society committed to providing educational resources, research, clinical excellence, and collegial cooperation.

More information on the event can be found here: