Dr. Manish Wani believes in combining the latest surgical techniques with a personal approach to each patient. He is a Fellowship trained sub-specialist in Advanced Rhinology and Head and Neck cancer who believes it is important to always listen to each patient in order to best pinpoint and solve their problems. He sees patients of all ages, including pediatrics, and treats all ENT related diseases. Dr. Wani has a special interest in advanced surgical techniques for chronic sinus disease as well as the treatment of underlying nasal allergies.
Dr. Wani started his medical career at Baylor College of Medicine. He fulfilled his internship and residency at the University of Tennessee School of Medicine where he was awarded both the Scholastic Achievement Award for Best Resident and the Resident Research Award. Following residency, Dr. Wani completed a Fellowship at Rush Presbyterian Hospital in Chicago, Illinois in Head and Neck Surgery and Advanced Rhinology. He is very active in the medical community. He was Chief of Staff at Christus St. Catherine Hospital from 2009-2011 after serving as the Chief of Surgery and the ENT Chair in the Department of Surgery. He recently was elected to the Texas ENT executive committee as Vice President and also has also served as Chief of Surgery at Methodist West Hospital starting from 2015-2017. He has been elected to be Chief of Staff at Methodist West Hospital starting January, 2019. He is a Diplomate of the Fellow of American College of Surgeons (FACS) and obtained Board Certification through the American Board of Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery in 2000.
Houston’s vibrant international and multi-cultural city along with the Texas Medical Center brought Dr. Wani here from Arlington. He is one of the founders and currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Mahatma Gandhi Library, whose simple mission is to promote the values of truth, non-violence, and peace. Since 2008, he has served in medical missions with Faith in Practice at the Obras Sociales del Santo Hermano Pedro hospital in Antigua, Guatemala and also spent time in Haiti in 2010 after the earthquake. Dr. Wani has finished the 2004 Houston Marathon and recently finished the 2014 Houston Tough Mudder obstacle course. He regularly attends classes at Volt City Crossfit and enjoys traveling, reading and skiing and is an avid fan of professional sports. He lives in Katy and has two children.
Dr. Wani sees patients at Katy Methodist.