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Our mission here at Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa is to be the leader in our field, by providing you with the highest quality in minimally-invasive, medically-based treatments, regardless of your age, to maximize your health and appearance in a calming, soothing environment.   Whether your vein issues are cosmetic or medical, we can help.  With a variety of treatment options available today, including several laser-based therapies, varicose and spider veins can be safely and effectively treated with excellent results.  Find out more about:



Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa’s clinical team consists of Dr. Manjoney, a former Cardiothoracic surgeon, working with physician assistants,  nurse practitioners, ultrasound technicians, and medical aestheticians.  We work together with our patients from consultation to follow-up.  We treat you as an individual, making sure you understand the vein issues you have, the treatment options available, and what to expect before, during, and after treatment.  It is important to us that our patients are educated throughout the entire process.

“Our goal is to work together with our patients to achieve the best possible outcomes for them,” says Dr. Manjoney.


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 injection of dilute 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.  All procedures can be done in the office, with no downtime, and no need to go to a hospital!  As the premier provider of vein treatments in Southeast Wisconsin, Dr. Manjoney is often selected to introduce new vein treatments to the Milwaukee area.

Wisconsin Vein Center and MediSpa was the first practice in Wisconsin to use the Varithena Procedure!  Varithena was approved in 2014 as a cutting edge technique to treat varicose veins and incompetence of the great saphenous system.

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. As the first facility in Wisconsin to offer this exciting new treatment, Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa is delighted to provide patients with this new, nonsurgical option.  Dr. Manjoney and our team has been specially trained in using Varithena and would be happy to discuss the treatment with you to see if it is right for you.


Patient Testimonials

Dr. Manjoney,
Thank you for your encouragement to me. I very much appreciate your skill and concern. I’ll have you take credit for ‘legs not to be hidden!’
ELT and Sclerotherapy Patient

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Why Choose Wisconsin Vein Center & Medispa?

If you are looking to achieve the complexion of your dreams, Wisconsin Vein Center & Medispa can help! Dr. Manjoney and her team work together to ensure that you achieve the best possible care for natural-looking and beautiful results! By incorporating cutting-edge skincare technologies with our team’s artistic eye, you can feel confident you are in good hands.

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Do Varicose Veins Only Develop In the Legs?

Varicose veins can be both a medical and cosmetic problem. If you have varicose veins or are experiencing symptoms, then the best thing you can do is consult a vein specialist for diagnosis and treatment. Although varicose veins happen most often in the legs, they can develop anywhere in the body. Here is a quick
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In addition to treatment of vein issues, Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa likes to serve as educators.  Deep Venous Thrombosis (DVT) is a condition that occurs when a blood clot, or thrombus, forms in a major vein, usually in the leg.  The clot can partially or completely block off the blood flow through that vein.  Veins are the vessels that return the blood to the heart, so a blockage of that circulation can lead to poor emptying of blood in the extremity, causing swelling and pain.  If the clot is not treated, all or part of it can break off and travel up to the heart, through it, and into the lungs.  In the lungs, it can obstruct blood supply with life threatening consequences.  This is known as pulmonary embolism (PE).

Massive pulmonary embolism attributed to DVT causes over 300,000 deaths in the United States each year. That’s more than deaths from breast cancer and HIV disease combined. PE is the leading cause of preventable in-hospital mortality. With that said, here is some important information you should know, as well as informative materials you can download and print:

There are certain people who are more at risk than others to develop DVT.  Age plays a major role.  Although a blood clot can develop in anyone, the older you are, the greater the likelihood.  Additional risk factors include immobilization due to hospitalization, recent surgery, pregnancy and the first weeks postpartum, and long air or car trips.  Other conditions which are known to have a higher risk include cancer, stroke, heart failure, and varicose veins.  Injuries such as lower extremity fractures can also cause blood clots to form.  Finally, there are conditions which make the blood more likely to coagulate or clot.  These include certain blood disorders that may be inherited, and medications such as birth control pills or estrogens.  The more risk factors an individual has, the more likely he or she is to develop DVT.

DVT does not always cause symptoms, however larger clots can lead to leg pain and swelling. DVT is a serious problem that requires immediate medical attention. Blood thinners are usually needed, and clot-busting medication may be indicated.  If left untreated, a fatal PE can occur, or permanent venous insufficiency can lead to chronic leg swelling and ulceration.

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