Dr. Dharam Mann founded Garden State
Medical Center in 2004 with a single goal: to
provide state-of-the-art treatment for people
suffering from acute and chronic pain. His
superlative team, which includes Dr. Sunita
Mann, Dr. Manjula Singh and physician assistant Debra Wisniewski, now provides cutting-edge care at six New Jersey offices as well as at
Manchester Surgery Center in Whiting.
Patients of this multispecialty practice
appreciate having their pain issues expertly
diagnosed and treated at one close-to-home
location. “They benefit from advanced imaging
technologies and efficient, timely care,” says Dr.
Mann, who is fellowship trained and board certified in anesthesiology and pain medicine, and
has additional training in echocardiography.
This six-time New Jersey Monthly Top Doctor
spends extra time with people to assess the
cause of their pain and to educate them about
traditional and alternative treatment options.
When appropriate, he skillfully performs spinal
cord stimulator implants, steroid injections,
nerve and joint blocks, dorsal root ganglion
(DRG) stimulation, platelet-rich plasma (PRP)
injections, radiofrequency ablations and ky-phoplasties. “I search out the newest minimally
invasive techniques to relieve someone’s pain,”
he says. An eight-time recipient of the Vitals
Patients’ Choice Award, Dr. Mann says, “It is
incredibly rewarding when patients smile and
thank me for helping them.”
HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS: Monmouth Medical Center
Southern Campus, Lakewood. MEDICAL TRAINING:
Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, India
(MD); Saint Barnabas Medical Center (surgical internship, anesthesia residency); Massachusetts General
Hospital/Harvard Medical School (fellowship in cardiac anesthesia and pain management).
Dharam P. Mann, MD
Garden State Medical Center
1100 Route 70 West
Whiting, NJ 08759
West Long Branch