Mark W. Manoso, M.D.

Having been a sports-injury patient and experiencing his own surgery, Dr. Mark Manoso knows the importance of communication and trust between the patient and their care team. “I find that ensuring my patients know what to expect and being there for them are fundamental in building a cohesive and caring relationship.”

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Profile

Having been a sports-injury patient and experiencing his own surgery, Dr. Mark Manoso knows the importance of communication and trust between the patient and their care team. “I find that ensuring my patients know what to expect and being there for them are fundamental in building a cohesive and caring relationship.” Dr. Manoso’s over 20 years of experience with the US Military has strengthened his bond of service to his patients and their families.

The son of a retired Army Sergeant Major, Dr. Manoso went to the University of Virginia on a full Army ROTC scholarship. After college, he attended the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and stayed for an orthopedic residency, where he discovered his passion for spine and tumor surgery. Based on the military’s need at the time for an orthopaedic tumor specialist, Dr. Manoso completed his first fellowship in surgical oncology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City before returning to the US Army. His assignment at Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma, Washington kindled his affection for the Northwest. He deployed twice to Afghanistan, with the second tour as a Forward Surgical Team Commander providing lifesaving surgery to our service members and humanitarian care to local civilians. Dr. Manoso then completed a fellowship in Spine Surgery at Harborview Medical Center and the University of Washington. He then returned to Madigan as the Chief of Orthopedics.

Through the years, Dr. Manoso has continued to stay current with medical advances. In his main focus of spine surgery, he brings to the group standard as well as advanced surgeries such as multi-level cervical disc arthroplasty and minimally invasive surgery for the appropriate patient. “I cannot serve my patients well if I am not staying current and bring to them proven and safe cutting edge treatment.”

Education

Board Certification

American Board of Orthopedic Surgery - 2007

Undergraduate Education

University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
- B.A. in Biological Science with Distinction - May 1993

Medical School

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore MD
-M.D. - Alpha Omega Aplha. Conferred - May 1997

Internship

Tripler Army Medical Center, General Surgery July 1997 - June 1998
Johns Hopkins Hospital, General Surgery July 1998 – June 1999

Fellowships

Orthopedic Oncology: Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
August 2003 - July 2005

Spine: Harborview Medical Center/University of Washington
August 2012- July 2013

Residency

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Orthopedic Surgery
July 1999 - June 2003

Appointment

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Center for Specialty Surgery
Providence St. Vincent

Honors & Awards

Bronze Star Medal 2012.

German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge (Silver) 2012.

Meritorious Service Medal 2010, 2016.

Army Commendation Medal 2007, 2008, 2012.

Army Achievement Medal 2011, 2015.

Navy Achievement Medal 2008, 2011.

NATO Service Medal 2008, 2012.

Afghanistan Campaign Medal 2008, 2012.

Combat Action Badge 2008.

Combat Medical Badge 2008.

Alpha Omega Alpha, 1997.

Phi Beta Kappa, 1992.

Distinguished Military Graduate, 1993.

ROTC Regional Bronze Medal of Valor, 1993.

Scabbard and Blade Honor Society, 1993.

Distinguished Military Student, 1992.

Intermediate Honors, 1991.

Golden Key National Honor Society, 1990

Sports Participation

- Ironman Canada 140.6 2014, Ironman Lake Stevens 70.3 2013, Ironman Vancouver 70.3 2015

- Bicycling: Reach the Beach Century Ride 2012, Tour de Blast 2013, Seattle to - Portland(1 day) 2015, Ramrod (150 mile ride around Mt Rainier) 2015

- Multiple full and ½ marathons