New wellness center opens in Pewaukee
Sister business celebrates 10-year milestone
Dr. Deborah Manjoney, president and founder of Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa (WVCMS) in Pewaukee, has announced the launch of its "sister" business, TransforM Diet & Wellness Center. Manjoney and her staff will host an open house to celebrate the opening of the center as well as the 10-year anniversary of WVCMS from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15.
A VIP event will be held before the open house at 4:30 p.m. Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch will be on hand to help officially open the new center. The VIP event is not open to the public. Please contact the center if you would like to attend.
The new center will focus on medically supervised weight loss programs as well as hormone therapy for women. Dr. Susan Riegg, an expert in both these areas, will serve as the chief medical consultant.
The new facility will be housed in the same building as WVCMS, 1231 George Towne Drive.
Manjoney started Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa in 2002 with three employees in 1,900 square feet. That year, she saw a little over 1,000 clients. Today, the center has 23 employees, sees nearly 8,000 clients and has expanded to 4,600 square feet. TransforM Diet & Wellness Center will add 1,700 square feet.
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