We’re excited to announce that USA Vein Clinics’ Altoona clinic has moved to a new,
temporary home! As of Monday, August 13, 2018, patients are being seen at 1701 12th Ave
(Intowne Square), Building G-1, Altoona, PA 16601
. While our brand-new clinic is being built,
Reinhardt Family Practice has opened their doors, allowing us to share their space for a few
months. Building a new Altoona clinic continues USA Vein Clinics’ extension of quality care to our
patients at the most convenient locations for them. The clinic will be highly equipped and will
provide the latest minimally invasive and outpatient treatments to patients suffering from venous
insufficiency.
We are expecting a seamless transition and hope you will visit us at our new location! If you are
interested in scheduling an initial vein treatment consultation, please call the number below or
visit our website to schedule online.

Altoona, PA Clinic
1701 12th Ave (Intowne Square), Building G-1, Altoona, PA 16601
(814) 201-6006

office.altoona@usaveinclinics.com

Directions from Old Location
We are 13 minutes (4.1 miles) North of our old location.
If you are familiar with our previous location on Plank Rd., you can follow W Plank Rd to Union
Ave in Altoona then continue on Union Ave to 12th Ave. Once on 12th Ave, follow until you
reach Reinhardt Family Practice.

About USA Vein Clinics
We are a national network of exceptional vein clinics specializing in the leading non-surgical,
outpatient treatment for varicose veins: endovenous laser therapy (EVLT). Our leading
cardiologists and cardiothoracic surgeons are vein specialists and provide each patient with a
customized treatment plan. Most treatments at USA Vein Clinics are covered by Medicare,
most major health insurance, and some Medicaid plans. Our physicians have helped hundreds
of patients enjoy their life free of leg pain.
We are dedicated to improving patients’ lives by providing innovative minimally invasive,
office-based treatment of the lower extremities’ arteries and veins. Through our quality and
compassionate care, we aim to transform and enrich the lives of our patients, team members
and communities we serve.
We aim to increase awareness of venous insufficiency symptoms (achiness, heaviness,
burning/itching, swelling, difficulty standing or walking for long periods, etc.) and improve
quality of life for people struggling with these common conditions.