Dr. Manjoney received her medical education at the University of Vermont College of Medicine. She was elected to the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha National Medical Honor Fraternity in her third year, and was the recipient of the Senior Surgical Research Award. Dr. Manjoney completed an internship, residency and Chief Residency in general surgery at the University of Vermont Medical Center before pursuing an additional residency in Cardiothoracic Surgery at the University of Chicago.
Dr. Manjoney then served as Assistant Professor of Surgery at the State University of New York in Brooklyn and Chief of Thoracic Surgery at the Kings County Hospital from 1986-1990. She subsequently worked as an attending Cardiothoracic Surgeon in Erie, Pennsylvania before moving to the Milwaukee area in 1992.
Once in Wisconsin, Dr. Manjoney served as a Cardiac and Thoracic Surgeon on the staffs of several area hospitals in both Milwaukee and Waukesha for over ten years, with an active practice until 2004.
In September of 2002, she opened the Wisconsin Vein Center and MediSpa and in 2004, she left her hospital practice to devote all her medical efforts to treatment of varicose vein disease and performance of minimally-invasive aesthetic procedures. Dr. Manjoney has become a recognized leader in office-based treatment of varicose veins and has performed over 2,500 Endovenous Laser Ablations of Saphenous Veins and over 8,000 ambulatory phlebectomy and sclerotherapy procedures. She was one of the first female surgeons to bring the “Medispa” concept to the area and, although it was difficult to leave a high-powered career as a heart surgeon, Dr. Manjoney saw a need for the services she now offers. Her vision was to offer premium care in a state-of-the-art facility that had a comfortable, calming environment.
Dr. Manjoney’s model of excellence is continually implemented through offering the best training and education for her staff. Her high standards are evidenced by her expert staff and the quality of care she offers her patients. She provides the most advanced medical and aesthetic treatments and has a strong desire to continue helping women and men look and feel great. Recognizing the need for a natural approach to help women deal with perimenopausal issues, and both genders to safely achieve hormone balance, she founded TransforM Diet and Wellness Center in 2012. The center exclusively prescribes Bio-Identical Hormones to accomplish this mission. The center also provides patients with the hCG diet plan and ongoing support for safe, rapid and permanent weight reduction.
Dr Manjoney has been a speaker at regional and national conferences on the subject of heart disease in women, and currently is a nationally sponsored educator of physicians on laser therapy of varicose veins. She has lectured extensively to audiences here and nationwide and has been featured in magazines, news articles, and on television. Dr. Manjoney continues to educate the public on both medical and aesthetic procedures through regular appearances on The Morning Blend television show and through lectures at colleges and local seminars. She is a firm believer in educating the public on taking charge of their own health and well-being.
In June of 2009, Dr. Manjoney received the Milwaukee Business Journal's prestigious Entrepreneur "Woman of Influence" Award. She was honored as a pioneer in both business and medicine. Click here to see full article. Dr. Manjoney has previously been cited as the “Nurses’ Choice” for best Cardiothoracic Surgeon in The Milwaukee Magazine, and was listed as a “Top Doc” in the January 2013 edition of M magazine in the area of Vascular Surgery.
Dr. Manjoney is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, a diplomat of the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Thoracic Surgery, and a member of the American College of Phlebology, the Medical Spa Society, and Vein Experts. Her current appointments include: Preceptor/Lecturer for Dornier Med Tech, Editorial Board Member for Vein Therapy News, and Luminary for Alma Lasers. Dr. Manjoney is a member of the National Association of Professional Women and the Milwaukee TEMPO organization. Dr. Manjoney has been extensively published in a variety of medical publications including Phlebology, American Surgery, Journal of Surgical Research, and the Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery.
Dr. Manjoney has recently served on the Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital Foundation Board, and is an active sponsor and participant of the Go Red for Women movement of the American Heart Association.
Dr. Manjoney currently resides in Nashotah with her husband, Dr. Scott Stanwyck, an orthopedic surgeon. She has two young adult children, Cole and Lauren. She credits her family as her motivation to change careers and is appreciative of the love and support they have given her.