Cookie Policy

Nicky Snazell's Pain Relief Clinic makes every effort to ensure a users privacy is maintained whilst using our website. We are required by EU law to inform all users that cookies are used throughout this website. This is achieved through a box placed at the top of the website upon first visiting it. This box presents the user with the option to accept or deny cookies, should the user not choose an option, it is assumed that they accept cookies. Upon denying cookies, every attempt is made to remove cookies and prevent them from being set, however this cannot be guaranteed  The following notice is a guideline of how cookies are used on this website.

This website makes use of a Content Management System (CMS). In order for this to function correctly, a cookie is required to identify each user to the server. This is not used to track you usage, nor will it store, save or collect any personal information. It is only used to identify you to the server so that the correct page is displayed. If you register an account with us, then more information will be saved in the cookie to authenticate you as a user. We only have access to information that you provide.

This website uses tracking software to monitor it's visitors to better understand how they use it. This software is provided by Google Analytics which uses cookies to track visitor usage. The software will save a cookie to your computers hard drive in order to track and monitor your engagement and usage of the website but will not store, save or collect personal information. You can read Google's privacy policy here for further information [ ].

Like many websites, this website includes social networking options on each page. These are provided through the AddThis service. AddThis may set a cookie to help them identify you to their servers. They do not collect personally identifiable information unless you explicitly provide them with it. For more information, and to opt-out of personalised services, please see the AddThis privacy policy [].

Should you choose to make use of our Practice Portal, a cookie will be set to remember the page you where visiting. Should you load the Practice Portal again, the interface will automatically reload the page you where last viewing. This cookie only contains ID numbers regarding the page you where visiting.

Whilst we understand that many of you may have concerns about how cookies are used, we assure you that we will never pass on your information to third parties, and that collected information is never used to personally identify you (except where otherwise provided). We require these cookies for the website to function properly, and advise that if you do not wish cookies to be used, you adjust your browser settings to reflect this. For more information on how to do this, please consult your browsers documentation. If you are unable to do this, we advise that you do not continue to use this website without consulting further documentation on cookies and how they affect you.