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How is personally identifiable information collected?
Customer information is collected during appointment scheduling transactions primarily through online appointment scheduling – for customers who register on our website. Customer information is also collected during the first visit at Happy Head.
What personally identifiable information is collected?
In order to provide you the best service, communicate marketing promotions which we believe will be of interest to you, and to administer our business, Happy Head Chiropractic and HappyHeadChiropractic.com may gather the following personal information (except where prohibited by law): name (first and last), billing and shipping addresses, email address, phone number, date of birth, payment type (VISA, Cash, etc.), and other information you would provide voluntarily.
How does Happy Head Chiropractic and HappyHeadChiropractic.com use this collected information?
Happy Head Chiropractic and HappyHeadChiropractic.com may use your personally identifiable information in the following ways: to schedule and track appointments; respond to your customer service inquiries or requests; hold contests, giveaways, drawings and promotions; conduct and administer surveys; mail marketing/sales material via email or postal mail; or use it for other general business purposes to further enhance our business relationship with you, the customer. We may also collect information as to which pages you visit on our site, search terms used, etc. – in order to measure the effectiveness of our website and identify areas for improvement on the website.
Happy Head Chiropractic and HappyHeadChiropractic.com may set a cookie on your computer to record certain information during your online visit on our site. No personally identifiable information is stored within this cookie. These cookies do not gather sensitive information like your name, address, credit card number, date of birth, etc., if you do not specifically give that information to us voluntarily. If you have given us that information, cookies enable us to recall it (and save you the trouble of entering it all over again) each time you visit our site. Our web server collects information in regards to which browser was used to view our site and search terms entered to come to our site. Without making use of any personally identifiable information, we may track the pages visited to help us understand how customers use our site. This helps us make decisions on how to create a better experience for you during future visits. You may at your own discretion delete our cookies. This will limit our ability to personalize the site for your next visit. However, deleting a cookie will not prevent you from visiting and using our site.
Who are the third party entities with whom we may share your personally identifiable information?
If we are required to do so by law, we reserve the right to disclose your personal information to appropriate third parties. These may include but are not limited to comply with legal processes such as a search warrant, subpoena or court order.
Chiropractic Patient Treatment Policy:
When a patient seeks chiropractic care and we accept a patient for such care, it is essential for both parties to be working towards the same objective. It is important that each patient understand both the objective(s) and the method(s) that will be utilized while receiving your chiropractic care as this will prevent any confusion or disappointment. You have the right, as a patient, to be informed about the condition(s) and the recommendations of the care to be provided so that you make the decision whether or not to undergo chiropractic adjustment(s) after being advised of the known benefits, risks, and alternatives. Chiropractic is a science, philosophy and art which concerns itself with the relationship between the spinal structures and the health of the nervous system. As Doctors of Chiropractic, we understand that health is a state of optimal physical, mental, and social well-being, not merely the absence of disease.
One disturbance to the nervous system is called a vertebral subluxation and/or vertebral subluxation complex. A vertebral subluxation complex or VSC, is a dysfunctional biomechanical spinal segment which is fixated. These dysfunction(s) alter neurological function, which in turn, causes an unhealthy change to nerve function and interference to the nervous system. This may result in pain and dysfunction, visceral disorders, or may be entirely asymptomatic (symptom free). Subluxations are corrected and/or reduced by a chiropractic adjustment. An adjustment is the specific application of force to correct and/or reduce vertebral subluxation. Our chiropractic method of correction is by specific adjustments to the spine. Adjustments are done by hand where the doctor will put pressure on the specific segment(s) of the spine to adjust the vertebrae into a better position to allow for improved function and communication within the nervous system. Our objective as Doctors of
Chiropractic is to solely identify and reduce the extent of any vertebral subluxation(s). If at the beginning or during the course of care we encounter a non-chiropractic or unusual findings, we will advise you of those findings and recommend some further testing or refer you out to another health care provider. It is your responsibility to notify us of any changes in your medical condition or new and/or existing injuries.
Chiropractic care has been proven to be very safe and effective. It is not unusual however, to be sore after your first few corrective adjustments. Although rare, it is possible to suffer from other side effects; i.e. muscle spasms, stiffness, rib fracture, headache, dizziness and stroke. All questions regarding the doctor’s objective to my care in this office have been answered to my complete satisfaction. The benefits, risks and alternatives of chiropractic care have been explained to me to my satisfaction. I have read and fully understand the above statements and therefore accept chiropractic care on this basis.
The effective date of this policy is June 1, 2020.