Mr Mann completed his surgical training at the University College and the Middlesex School of Medicine, UCL back in 1998. He received his Orthopaedic Doctorate in Medicine from the Royal Free Hospital, and trained for a further six years in Postgraduate Higher Surgical Trauma and Orthopaedics.
He spent 12 months studying abroad in the United States after being awarded the British Orthopaedic Association Travelling Fellowship, and during his time there trained under world class ankle and foot surgeon Dr Mark S Myerson. He also gained a wealth of experience in complex trauma, at one of the U.S's largest trauma centres, the Shock Trauma Centre at the University of Maryland.
On top of lecturing at the University College London Medical School, Mr Mann furthers his curiosity in the world of medicine by researching the use of stem cells in orthopaedics, as well as the preservation of cartilage. He has also written a number of articles and books on the treatment and management of blood disorders, specifically those affecting the knee, soft tissue, ankle, and foot.
Mr Mann also has an interest in cosmetic foot surgery.