Dr. Mann started her studies as a chiropractic technologist after suffering an injury which was successfully treated with chiropractic care. She trained in x-rays, orthopedic and neurological exam and learned 'best practices' to run a chiropractic office. After working with chiropractic students and seeing all the numerous benefits that patients received from chiropractic care, she decided to finish her undergraduate studies and enroll at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, where she earned her Doctorate of Chiropractic degree in 1994.
She has been licensed by the Georgia State Board of Chiropractic since 1995 and has additional postgraduate certification in whiplash, spinal disability evaluation, foot orthotic evaluation and treatment, and trigger point therapy. She also has additional training in pediatric chiropractic care.
Dr. Mann, her husband David, and two children Payton and Ethan moved to the Hartwell area in 2007. They have embraced the community with involvement in church, school, the arts and enjoy spending time at the lake.