Mr Mann is a trauma and orthopaedic surgeon and graduate of University College London (UCL) Medical School. Mr Mann is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons and honorary associate professor at UCL Medical School.

He is a leading international expert of the lower limb with special interests in all aspects of adult and paediatric foot and ankle disorders. He trained in the reconstruction of arthritic knee and ankle joints and minimally invasive procedures of the knee, ankle and foot. His particular interests include treatment of forefoot disorders such as ankle trauma complex fractures, osteoarthritis, bunions, hammertoes, ankle instability, sports and dance related injuries, tendon disorders, paediatric and adult flatfoot disorders.

He is actively involved in research with the Centre for Cell, Gene & Tissue Therapeutics at the Royal Free Hospital. His team is the first in the UK to successfully treat diabetic ulcers with stem cells.



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Me Mann has published extensively on bleeding disorders – treatment and management affecting the Knee, soft tissue, foot & ankle. Mr Mann is currently He is actively involved in training of surgeons, junior doctors and medical students in the UK and overseas.

He remains passionate about research and development. Areas of clinical Interest include the uses of stem cells in orthopaedics and diabetic foot ulcers in collaboration UCL partners.