Cookie Policy

What are cookies and pixel tags?

Cookies are small amounts of data that are created in your web browser’s temporary files folder and stored on your device. Cookies enable you to use e-commerce sites and to personalise your experience. This is not harmful. If you continue without changing your settings, we’ll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on the Sports Medicine Centre   website.

A pixel tag is an invisible tag placed on certain pages of our website but not on your computer. When you access these pages, pixel tags generate a generic notice of that visit. They usually work in conjunction with cookies, registering when a particular computer visits a particular page. If you turn off cookies the pixel tag will simply detect an anonymous website visit.

How does the Sports Medicine Centre use cookies and pixel tags?

Cookies tell us which parts of our websites people have visited and give us insights into user behaviour so we can improve our communications and products. Many websites do this, because cookies enable website publishers to do useful things like find out whether the device has visited the website before.

The Sports Medicine Centre  may work with other companies that may use cookies and pixel tags to collect information regarding your interaction with our websites. This information may be used to serve you Sports Medicine Centre  advertisements that may be of interest to you when you visit other websites.

We use Google Analytics to analyse the use of the Sports Medicine Centre  website. Google Analytics data is anonymous and aggregated. This means that it cannot be used to track you in any way or personally identify you.

We also do not, under any circumstances, pass on or sell any data we collect either from Google Analytics or filled-in contact forms. 

Google Analytics uses cookies to define user sessions, as well as to provide a number of key features in the Google Analytics reports. Google Analytics sets or updates cookies only to collect data required for the reports. Additionally, Google Analytics uses only first-party cookies. This means that all cookies set by Google Analytics for your domain send data only to the servers for your domain. This effectively makes Google Analytics cookies the personal property of your website domain, and the data cannot be altered or retrieved by any service on another domain.

The following table lists the type of information that is obtained via our Google Analytics cookies and used in Analytics reports.


Google Analytics sets the following cookies as described in the table below. A default configuration and use of Google Analytics sets only the first 4 cookies in the table.

Third party cookies on Sports Medicine Centre webpages

We sometimes embed content from social media and other third party websites. These may include YouTube, Vimeo, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Soundcloud. As a result, when you visit a page containing such content, you may be presented with cookies from these websites and these third party cookies may track your use of the Sports Medicine Centre  website. The Sports Medicine Centre  does not control the dissemination of these cookies and you should check the relevant third party's website for more information.

Changing cookie preferences

You can modify your browser settings to decline cookies if you prefer, although this may prevent you from taking full advantage of a website. Each browser version works in a slightly different way, but you generally have the ability to accept all cookies, be notified before accepting a cookie, block or restrict cookies from certain sites, or reject all cookies

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