"Understanding the role of repressed emotions in medical illness constitutes a frontier that we have not even begun to explore. It's time to begin that journey."
- Dr. Samuel Mann
Dr. Samuel Mann is a physician, researcher, and author. He specializes in the management of hypertension at the New York-Presbyterian Hospital-Weill Cornell Medical College, where he is a Professor of Clinical Medicine. He is a pioneer in the treatment of hypertension in patients using a combined approach of traditional medicine and mind-body connection.
Dr. Mann has published numerous papers in leading medicine, hypertension and psychology journals, and numerous book chapters.
When Dr. Mann isn't teaching, speaking or saving lives, he spends time with his family. He's also an avid runner and tennis player.