Man Cho, D.P.M. believes that healthcare should be provided in a calm and warm environment. Utilizing current technology and evidence based medicine; Dr. Cho’s focus is on educating his patients on their condition, treatment options, and creating a personalized plan of action.
Dr. Cho was born in Venezuela, South America and grew up in Maryland. He attended Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, receiving a BS in Health and Exercise Science. During this time, he worked extensively in the Biophysics Department, publishing several papers on sickle cell anemia.
After graduating from Wake Forest, Dr. Cho attended Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, earning his medical degree in 2010. He completed three years of post-graduate surgical training at Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center (Trinity Health) in Connecticut, serving as chief resident. His residency involved all aspects of podiatric medicine and surgery, including forefoot and rear-foot reconstruction, and diabetic limb salvage. While in Connecticut, Dr. Cho helped run a resident clinic, providing healthcare to the underserved community of the greater Hartford area. He also completed a two month internship at the renowned Rubin Institute of Advanced Orthopedics and International Center for Limb Lengthening in Baltimore, Maryland. Dr. Cho’s professional interests include pediatrics, flat foot correction, and sports medicine.
Dr. Cho has received numerous accolades, including being named a Top Doctor in the Washingtonian, Northern Virginia, and Virginia Living magazines. He is currently the Chief of Podiatry at Reston Hospital Center and is on staff at Reston Hospital, Stone Springs Hospital, and Inova Fair Oaks Hospital.
Outside of the office, Dr. Cho regularly lectures to the Inova Family Medicine residency program. He is active in his local community, volunteering in events such as Reston Relay for Life, YMCA Kids Triathlon, and the Reston Triathlon.For Dr. Cho's complete curriculum vitae, click here.