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5 out of 5 stars Vein Treatment
I have had both varicose and spider Vein treatments done with Dr Manjoney and I am so happy with results! The front staff, nurses, and all I encountered in addition to the doctor were amazing. Love everything about this place.
5 out of 5 stars Laser Hair Removal
I recently completed my third laser treatment with Rita. She is very friendly and easy to trust with completing my procedures. She pays attention when I seem to be in more pain than normal and adjusts accordingly. The staff at the front has always been friendly and welcoming along with the staff I have spoken with in passing. I highly recommend this place and now my mother and I have both had...
5 out of 5 stars Sclerotherapy
Excellent service, excellent staff!! I had my annoying spider veins treated after 3 kids and years of being a hairstylist! (Standing on my feet 10+ hours a day) The staff was very professional and attentive to my needs! I have been in the beauty industry my whole life and I continue to recommend Dr. Manjoney and her staff!! Top notch!!
5 out of 5 stars Injectable Fillers
I cannot express enough how impressed I am with the service and education that the employees have here! The receptionist Tracy was extremely helpful in picking out the right products for me and explaining how they work and how to use them. When I did my consultation with Lisa Thomas she answered every question/concern that I had. She genuinely recommended the services that would be best for...
I have been performing minimally-invasive vein and aesthetic procedures since 2002. I was one of very few women in Cardiothoracic Surgery, and that pioneering spirit guided me to open Wisconsin Vein Center and MediSpa, one of the first and most successful centers in southeast WI.
Awards & Recognition
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolMedical: MD, University of Vermont College of Medicine
Post-Medical School TrainingInternship: General Surgery, University of Vermont Medical Center
General Surgery, University of Vermont Medical Center
Cardiothoracic Surgery, University of Chicago
Treatments offered at Wisconsin Vein Center and MediSpa
Most popular answers from Deborah Manjoney, MD, RPVI, FACS
Laser treatment doesn't remove veins, it injures or destroys them so that the body will eventually reabsorb that injured tissue. The appearance of... READ MORE
IPL will make your dark spots darker for up to several days before they flake off and disappear. You didn't mention the timing of your IPL treatment,... READ MORE
EVLT, if indicated, can certainly be done after sclerotherapy. Symptoms, and a diagnostic ultrasound would determine if the treatment is indicated,... READ MORE
Varicose veins cannot be treated with PRP. The proper care requires initial ultrasound evaluation to determine the cause of the varicose veins, and... READ MORE
There are 2 sets of veins in the leg: Deep veins underneath the muscles and superficial veins between the muscle and the skin. The deep veins are the... READ MORE
Varicose veins in both legs, right leg worse. How can I know if I really need the Venefit procecure?
You didn't mention whether you had any leg aching, fatigue, swelling, cramps in your legs. Procedures that close the great saphenous vein are reserved... READ MORE
Soprano Ice Platinum (Alma Lasers) or Nordlys IPL (Ellipse) for hair removal, dark skin male (back/shoulders)
IPL works for hair removal, but is not really safe for dark skin. The Alma Soprano Ice is the most widely used laser for hair removal for ethnic skin... READ MORE
You must call your practitioner and explain what has happened. He/she should see you and help you care for the area properly to achieve the best ... READ MORE
Does a change in vein color from blue/purple to red indicate spider veins are shrinking/disappearing? (& treatment is working?)
When spider veins are blue or dark purple, they may be what we call 'hypertensive' spider veins. As they are treated, they may indeed first become ... READ MORE
Laser alone is not likely to be successful. There is always a larger vein that needs to have sclerotherapy that is "feeding" the spider vein complex.... READ MORE
Before and After Photos by Dr. Manjoney
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Dr. Deborah Manjoney's office explains techniques for treating spider veins: laser therapy, sclerotherapy and a combination of both treatments. WATCH VIDEO
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