Thomas Mann, MD | Arthroscopic Shoulder & Knee Surgery

“My treatment philosophy is to educate the patient, help them understand their problem, and equip them to manage their injury. Sometimes this requires surgery and/or the aid of a skilled physical therapist.” –Thomas Mann, MD

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Dr. Thomas Mann is a fellowship-trained Sports Medicine Specialist, who joined Cornerstone Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine in 2000. He is a Fellow with The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM), the leading orthopaedic organization for Sports Medicine in the United States.

Prior to working at Cornerstone Orthopaedics, Dr. Mann graduated with honors from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, PA, where he was also elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society and selected to the Honor Society. Following medical school, Dr. Mann completed his orthopaedic training at Penn State University and subsequently completed a Sports Medicine Fellowship at Ohio State University, which included extensive training in arthroscopic surgery, research, and training room and team coverage experience.

While primarily involved with football at Ohio State University, Dr. Mann also worked with the baseball, soccer, basketball, ice hockey, gymnastics, lacrosse, and swim varsity teams. Additional team coverage experience was gained at Penn State University, Sierra College in California, as well as high schools in Pennsylvania, Ohio, California, and Colorado. In addition to football, hockey and soccer are two sports of particular interest to Dr. Mann. His experience includes working with the Columbus Chill Minor League Hockey team and the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League. Dr. Mann also worked with US Soccer, and was the team doctor for the Under-17 Soccer Team during a European tour.

Dr. Mann’s community service includes acting as a camp doctor for Young Life on a regular basis, and serving on the Young Life Central Denver Committee. He has covered the Ralston Valley High School Football Team for the last five years, and has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity and Denver Hands for Hope Day.

“I’ve been significantly influenced by my father, who was also a physician and medical missionary in India for 10 years. I also spent part of my childhood in India,” Dr. Mann said. Dr. Mann has also travelled to Honduras for a medical mission’s trip, where he practiced pediatric orthopaedics. When Dr. Mann is not meeting with patients or volunteering in the community, he and his wife enjoy many outdoor pursuits. They also enjoy frequent trips to Pennsylvania and Ontario, Canada, where their respective families live.