Terrance Manning II, ND, RMSK, MA is a naturopathic physician that practices at Restore PDX in Beaverton, Oregon. He specializes in interventional orthopedics and orthobiologic treatments (stem cell, platelet rich plasma, etc). His credentials include a doctorate from the National College of Natural Medicine, advanced certification in musculoskeletal ultrasonography (RMSK), and a Master’s degree in philosophy from St John’s College-Santa Fe. He completed his undergraduate degree in biology at Western Oregon University, where he graduated with Honors and was awarded the Most Outstanding Graduate Award in Pre-Professional Biology.
Upon graduation from naturopathic medical school, he was the first in the nation to complete a 3-year residency solely focused on integrative pain management and interventional orthopedics. He combines an expertise in diagnosis, understanding of orthobiologic medicine, and precision image guided treatment. Dr. Manning is a leader in the naturopathic profession using diagnostic imaging to identify and treat the root cause of an individual’s specific pain and providing precision placement of regenerative medicine injections. His breadth of training, affirmation of the Vis Medicatrix Naturae (the healing power of nature), and clinical experience helps him to integrate natural and conventional modalities with the goal to provide the best outcomes for his patients.
Dr. Manning is a proud native Oregonian, growing up in Silverton, Oregon. He was a 3 sport athlete and the Most Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year for his graduating class. He continues to enjoy bicycling, running, and playing basketball. He and his wife have one daughter. They often spend weekends hiking trails or backpacking in the Cascades.