Honors, Awards, etc.
2021 Seattle Met "Top Doctors, Nurse Practitioners & Physician Assistants"
Board Eligible in Orthopedic Surgery
Dr. John Manning is an orthopedic subspecialist who is fellowship trained in sports medicine and arthroscopic (minimally invasive) surgery of the shoulder, hip, and knee. His practice emphasizes the treatment of athletes of all ages and ability levels, and he has significant experience treating high level collegiate and professional athletes. He previously served as a team physician for the University of Southern California, including football, basketball, and women's soccer. While in San Diego, he participated in a reciprocal training program with Naval Medical Center San Diego and has treated many active members of the Navy and Navy SEALS.
As a former Division I collegiate athlete (football, track and field), Dr. Manning has personal experience on the patient side of sports medicine and can empathize with orthopedic setbacks and connect well with athletes. He has a keen interest in caring for athletes across the spectrum from youth sports, to professional teams, to weekend warriors of all types.
He is an expert in both surgical and nonsurgical treatment of sports and overuse injuries and has advanced training in arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder, hip and knee.
Dr. Manningâ€™s clinical interests include the treatment of knee ligament and cartilage injuries, the athleteâ€™s shoulder, and biologic solutions to cartilage restoration. He has authored scientific articles on knee and shoulder biomechanics and treatments.
Sports medicine care for athletes of all ages; orthopedics; minimally invasive surgery for shoulders, hips and knees; cartilage restoration; treatment of sports and overuse injuries.
abductor tendon tear surgery|ACL repair and reconstruction|AC joint (acromioclavicular) repair|arthroscopic bankart repair|arthroscopic knee reconstruction for ligament injuries|cartilage restoration, replacement, transplantation|cortisone injections|fracture care|hip arthroscopy|hip labral repair|hip FAI (femoroacetabular impingement) surgery|LCL repair and reconstruction|malalignment and knee osteotomy|MCL repair and reconstruction|medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction|meniscus repair|meniscus transplantation|minimally-invasive (arthroscopic) surgery for hip, knee, shoulder|osteochondral autologous transfer surgery (OATS)|partial meniscectomy|patellar tendon repair|PCL repair and reconstruction|platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injection|quadriceps tendon repair|rotator cuff arthroscopic repair|shoulder arthroscopy|shoulder injections|shoulder joint replacement|tibial tubercle osteotomy|viscosupplementation (synvisc, hyaluronic acid) injections
Philosophy of Care
My primary objective is restoring form and function, whether you have a nagging injury preventing work and exercise, or you're a competitive athlete with a sidelining injury. The key component to achieving this objective is listening to you, because you know your own body best! As a team, you and I will develop treatment plans that incorporate your individual goals and objectives.
While well-trained in the most modern biologic and surgical treatments, I also incorporate a multifaceted approach including nutrition and exercise optimization. I promise to exhaust all non-surgical options before considering surgery as part of your treatment plan.
Year began practicing:
University of Washington School of Medicine | Seattle, WA
University of California San Diego (orthopedic surgery) | San Diego, CA
University of Southern California (subspecialty training in arthroscopic/minimally invasive surgery of the shoulder, knee, and hip
sports medicine) | Los Angeles, CA
Ohio State University Hospital (orthopedic surgery) | Columbus, OH