Dr. Erin Manning is an Assistant Attending Neurologist at the Hospital for Special Surgery. She specializes in the treatment of neuromuscular disorders, including neuropathy, myopathy, spine disorders, and autoimmune disease, sports neurology, including the treatment of acute and chronic neurologic disease in athletes and sports participants and the role of exercise in neurologic disease, and intraoperative monitoring. She performs nerve conduction studies and needle EMG for patients with neuromuscular disease. She also sees patients with selected general neurologic conditions. She has research interests in neuromuscular disease and sports neurology.
Dr. Manning received her medical degree from the University of Florida College of Medicine. She completed her medical internship at Case Western University Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio and her neurology residency at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, NY. She completed one year of fellowship in neuromuscular medicine and a second year of fellowship in neuromuscular medicine and sports neurology, both at Hospital for Special Surgery. She is board certified in Neurology and Neuromuscular Medicine.
Assistant Attending Neurologist, Hospital for Special Surgery
NCS/EMG, lumbar punctures, intraoperative monitoring (IOM)
English, Spanish (non-fluent)
Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO HMO POS
Blue Cross Blue Shield Pathway
Blue Cross Blue Shield Pathway Enhanced
United Healthcare Compass
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American Board of Neurology and Psychology, 2013
Neuromuscular Medicine Certification, 2014
New York, Connecticut
Bryson EO, Manning E, Aloysi AS, Kellner CH. Successful electroconvulsive therapy in a patient with myasthenia gravis. Journal of Electroconvulsive Therapy. 2015;31(1):e17-18.
Mercer KB, Szlam SM, Manning E, Gernert KM, Walthall WW, Benian GM, Gutekunst CA. A C. elegans homolog of Huntingtin-associated protein 1 is expressed in chemosensory neurons and in a number of other somatic cell types. Journal of Molecular Neuroscience. 2009;37(1):37-49.
Shetty T, Raince A, Manning E, Tsiouris AJ. Imaging in chronic traumatic encephalopathy and traumatic brain injury. Sports Health. Published online before print, June 5, 2015, doi:10.1177/1941738115588745.
Manning E, Brady E, Shahbazi M, Kaplan L, Lange DJ. Does a history of cancer portend a slower progression of ALS? American Academy of Neurology Poster Session. Washington D.C., 2015.
Manning E, Thiel DD, Finney GR. Brown-Sequard syndrome due to a spinal Histoplasma granuloma: a case report and literature review. The Florida Society of Neurology Resident Research Day, Orlando, FL, 2008.
Shetty T, Manning E, Cummings K, Villegas C, Voigt N, Singer M, Nguyen J. Retrospective review of patients with sciatic nerve palsy after total joint arthroplasty. American Academy of Neurology Poster Session. Philadelphia, PA, 2014
Shetty T, Cummings K, Villegas C, Manning E, Voigt N, Singer M, Nguyen J. Barriers to recovery after concussion. American Academy of Neurology Poster Session. Philadelphia, PA, 2014.
Manning, Erin. Pompe Disease, Muscular Dystrophy Association Metro New York Clinic Directors Conference, New York, NY, 2013.
Manning, Erin. Sports Related Traumatic Nerve Injuries. HSS Neurological Directions. New York, NY, 2015.