vein treatments in milwaukee

Cutting-Edge Vein Treatments

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Starting at
$425 Cosmetic (Varicose Vein Treatment pricing varies depending on insurance)
Treatment Type
Laser, injectables
# of Treatments

Wisconsin’s Leaders in the Latest Vein Treatments


Our mission at Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa is to be Milwaukee’s leader in vein treatment by providing the highest quality minimally invasive and medically based treatments.

Whether your vein issues are cosmetic or medical, we can help. With an expert team of clinicians providing a variety of treatment options, including several laser-based therapies, we can safely and effectively treat varicose and spider veins with excellent results.

More About Vein Treatment in Greater Milwaukee

If you are looking to achieve the complexion of your dreams, Wisconsin Vein Center & Medispa can help!

Dr. Manjoney and her team of experts work together to ensure that you achieve the best possible care, incorporating cutting-edge skincare treatments for beautiful, natural results.

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Before & After

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What it Treats

Varicose veins
Spider veins
Deep venous thrombosis

How it Works

Dr. Manjoney was one of the first physicians in Wisconsin to perform endovenous procedures on the saphenous vein, the superficial vein responsible for most varicose veins.

She has been performing endovenous laser closures since 2002. Since this procedure only requires an injection of diluted local anesthetic, it has revolutionized the treatment of varicose veins.

No longer are painful vein stripping procedures required with long recovery times and loss of work. Varithena (polidocanol injectable foam) is a prescription medicine used to treat varicose veins, caused by problems with the great saphenous vein (GSV) and other related veins in the leg’s GSV system. It helps improve the symptoms of heaviness, achiness, swelling, throbbing, and itching related to or caused by varicose veins and the appearance of varicose veins.


Why Choose Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa?

Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa is a physician-owned and operated facility. At the core of our practice is a dedication to providing the most effective treatments and products available to create results patients can be proud of.

With a state-of-the-art facility, advanced treatments, and an experienced team of experts, our med spa in Greater Milwaukee provides the highest standard of care.

Just minutes away from Milwaukee and Waukesha, our facility provides the comfort of a relaxed spa environment designed for women and men of all ages. We focus on enhancing your wellness and beauty, with the additional benefit of an on-site physician in order to offer more advanced treatments and procedures than a traditional spa.



Check out these frequently asked questions about vein treatments.

Should I shave before the treatment?

Shaving the day before or just prior to treatment is recommended and you may shave again twenty-four hours after treatment unless your provider tells you otherwise.

Is it safe?

Laser hair removal is the most popular aesthetic procedure performed annually. Hair removal is one of the aesthetic medical industry’s most well-known and researched uses of lasers and the Pain-Free, Hair-Free™ treatment has provided safe and effective permanent hair reduction for thousands of patients worldwide. Because Pain-Free, Hair-Free™ utilizes our IN-MOTION™ and low-heat settings we’re able to provide a level of safety unlike any other laser hair removal procedure.

How many treatments will I need?

Typically, 4 to 6 treatments is adequate to provide permanent hair reduction. However, after a one-on-one consultation, your provider may determine that based on the density of your hair, hair color and skin color, you may require additional treatment. Your provider will advise you. It’s not unusual to require a touch-up treatment two years after completing laser hair removal treatments.

Will my hair ever grow back?

Actively growing hairs that are treated should not grow back. Once a hair follicle is damaged it cannot grow hair. However, hair follicles that were not in the active growth phase will need to be treated. It’s also not unusual for patients to have a touch-up two years after initial treatment due to hormonal changes.

Yes, deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a potentially life-threatening condition that occurs when a blood clot becomes lodged in a deep vein in your leg. Varicose veins are different because they mostly affect the veins closest to the skin, which do not travel as directly to the heart as deeper veins.

No, spider veins are simply red or blue (or purple) visible veins that appear on the face, legs, or arms. Spider veins also usually do not pose any health risks, unlike untreated varicose veins.

Yes, untreated varicose veins can continue to swell, leading to pain and even ulcerations of the areas surrounding the affected vein. That’s why it’s important to treat them quickly once they become noticeable.

The veins you have treated with sclerotherapy will not come back. However, it is possible for new visible veins to appear.

Spider veins can be treated in several different ways, predominantly with lasers that target the pigmented blood vessels to collapse and destroy them over time.

Varicose veins often appear on the lower legs or around the back of the knees and look like enlarged, raised, sometimes branched blood vessels that are usually blue in color.

Nearly anyone can experience spider veins at some point in their lives, although women are much more likely to experience it than men. Other risk factors for developing spider veins include obesity, prolonged cross-legged sitting, and a history of blood clots.

Varicose veins occur when the valves in blood vessels that carry blood back to the heart fail, causing blood to pool backward and enlarge the sides of the vein as a result.

There are many risk factors for developing varicose veins, including age, genetics, and gender (women are more likely to get it). People who sit for long periods of time in their normal life as well as those who put a lot of strain on their pelvis due to things like weight lifting or being pregnant are also more likely to get varicose veins.

Generally, spider veins do not go away on their own. Although they rarely pose a health risk, removing them with spider vein treatment can help improve a person’s confidence in their appearance.

Yes, you will need to wear a compression hose following your treatment for spider veins.

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Long-term improvements to your venous insufficiencies are just a click away. Schedule an appointment for vein treatment in Greater Milwaukee at our facility, or use our virtual consultation tool to start your journey with Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa!

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