Mr Mann qualified from the University of Leicester Medical School in 1988 and underwent postgraduate training in the West Midlands. He received further extensive one-to-one training in the surgical treatment of endometriosis from some of the world's leading laparoscopic surgeons, including David Redwine in the USA, Daniel Dargent and Dennis Querleu in France and Marc Possover in Germany. Mr Mann introduced the technique of advanced laparoscopic excision of endometriosis to the Midlands in 1999. Mr Mann is a Royal College of Obstetrician and Gynaecologists Accredited Gynaecological Oncologist and Preceptor in Minimal Access Surgery.
Mr Mann is one of the UK's most experienced and effective laparoscopic surgeons. He specialises in the use of minimal access techniques for the treatment of female cancers, advanced endometriosis and pelvic pain, and benign gynaecological conditions.
Expertise in laparoscopic surgery only comes with time spent in the operating theatre. Over the past ten years, Mr Mann has successfully treated more than 3000 patients suffering from endometriosis and one thousand patients suffering from a variety of other gynaecological conditions. This vast experience is invaluable to patients. He has published in peer reviewed journals on the subject as well as lectured nationally and internationally on endometriosis, oncology and laparoscopic surgery.