Privacy Policy

Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic may share or transfer non-personal information and statistics collected from this site with connected group
companies or third parties. Personal information will not be shared or transfered. A cookie is an element of data that a website can send to a browser
which may then get stored on a computer. The cookie can be used to identify a repeat user to the site that placed the cookie on the computer.
Cookies also can be used to track the user's movements from page to page, or within a single page of a website.

Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic uses cookies to enhance the navigation and functionality of this site, to securely verify identity, and to personalise aspects of a visitor's experience on this site.

The visitor does not have control over cookies but may be able to set their browser to notify them when a cookie is being placed on their computer.
For example, a visitor to this site will receive a cookie when they access this area.

An individual may be able to set their browser software to not accept cookies at all. However, this may well affect the individual's ability to view
certain areas and their ability to use certain tools and contents on this site.

Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic may put arrangements in place to permit visitors to this site to access sites of other organisations.
Each organisations has their own privacy policy. Individuals are advised to read the privacy policies of all organisations; sites they visit.

Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic has no control over other organisations web sites and when individuals click through to other sites,
they leave the area controlled by Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic.

Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic may change this Policy from time to time. Any changes will be posted on this site and will take effect immediately.