Privacy Policy.

We respect the privacy of every individual who visits our website. This privacy statement provides further detail about the information we collect, how we use that information, and your rights. It is based upon the requirements outlined in the Privacy Act 1988. This policy may change from time to time, so please check back periodically to review this information.

Your Information & Rights

Move for Better Health receives personally identifiable information about its website visitors (such as names or contact information) only when such information is provided voluntarily, such as when a visitor requests information, books an appointment or sends us an e-mail. In these cases, this personal information will be used only to fulfill your specific request and will be kept confidential. We do reserve the right, at our discretion, to send you information about specials or services.

We will not sell, rent or trade your personal information unless we are authorised or legally required to do so.

We take all reasonable steps to ensure your information remains secure, and to prevent unauthorised access to your information. We use our best efforts to ensure that information received via this website remains secure within our systems, however users should be aware that there are inherent risks in transmitting information across the Internet. We are not responsible for events arising from unauthorised access to your personal information.

This website uses ‘cookies’ to enhance the website’s features and facilitate online bookings. Cookies are commonly used on most websites, and are small text files that websites place on computers to effectively and easily remember your website preferences for future use. You can choose to not receive cookies by adjusting your browser settings, however this may affect your interaction with our website.

Cookies are also used in conjunction with Google Analytics, which helps us better understand our website traffic and adjust the site to be more user friendly. The information collected may include how you came to be on our site (for example, the URL which directed you here), the type of browser you use and your IP address. As mentioned above, you can opt out of this by disabling cookies in your internet browser. Additionally, you can also do this by disabling JavaScript or by using the opt-out service provided by Google.

If you have any questions or concerns about our Privacy Policy, please contact us directly.

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