Your privacy is important to us. We are providing this notice to explain the type of information we collect, how we might use that information.
The information collected is information that you supply to us. The types of personally identifiable information that may be collected will include: your name, Email address, telephone number, fax number and information about your interests in and use of our services.
We use this personally identifiable information you provide about yourself to fulfill your requests for services, and products, and to respond to your enquiries. We may use it to offer you other services programs or products that we believe may be of interest to you.
Your email address
We send our e-mail newsletters to clients who have issued us with their email address. Once you are on one of our mailing databases, you can easily be removed by unsubscribing. Each newsletter provides clear instructions on how to unsubscribe.
We also send monthly statements via email.
If you change e-mail addresses please let us know so we can redirect your e-mail to your new address.
Our sites contain cookies. A cookie is a small text file that is sent back to your computer’s hard drive from a host web site. They record your preferences in relation to your use of a site and provide us with other information about your enquiry that allows us to recognise you in the future. The cookies on our sites do not read the information on your hard drive. They do not make your computer perform any actions or make your computer send information to any other computer via the Internet.
Our cookies can make your next visit to our web site simpler and easier. You may wish to set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie, giving you the chance to decide whether or not to allow it on to your hard drive. However, if you decide to not accept our cookies, some of our web pages may not display properly or you may not be permitted to access certain information.
As part of our commitment to maintaining your privacy, EastWest Physiotherapy does not condone or encourage spam.
Spam is ‘unsolicited commercial electronic messaging’. People who purchase or subscribe to goods or services over the Internet or by e-mail may attract an unsolicited electronic message or advertisement.