Management of subtrochanteric femur fractures is challenging because of the multiple planes of fracture deformity. Specific techniques starting with patient positioning and appropriate operating room table selection can improve the efficiency of the surgery. Sequential reduction techniques starting with closed methods, percutaneous techniques, and finally open clamping can be performed to obtain anatomic reduction of the fracture. The gold standard implant for definitive fixation is a locked intramedullary nail and overall outcomes are excellent if anatomic alignment and stable fixation is achieved.