Privacy Policy

This privacy statement intends to assist those concerned about using their personally identifiable information (PII) online. PII, as defined by US privacy legislation and information security, is data that may be used alone or in addition to other data to identify, get in touch with, or find a single person or to identify a person in a particular situation. Please carefully read our privacy statement to understand how we gather, utilize, safeguard, and otherwise manage your personally identifiable information in line with our website.

To better serve you, we may ask some information such as your name, email address, mailing address, phone number, the nature of your foot discomfort, and other details when you make appointments on our website.

When do we collect information?

We collect information from you when you enter information on our site. 

How do we use your information?

We might use the data we gather from you when you schedule an appointment, submit a survey or promotional message, browse the website, or utilize other site features.

Only a small group of people with particular access privileges to such systems and who are obligated to maintain the information’s confidentiality can access your personal information, which is kept behind guarded networks. Additionally, using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology, all sensitive and credit information you provide is protected.

Do we use ‘cookies’?

Yes. Cookies are small files that a website or its service provider uploads to your computer are hard drives through your web browser (if you permit this). Cookies help the website’s or service provider’s systems identify your browser and gather and remember specific information. For instance, the goods in your shopping cart are processed and retained with cookies. In addition, they assist us in better serving you by understanding your interests based on past or current site activity. To provide users with better site interactions and features in the future, we also utilize cookies to assist us in compiling aggregate statistics on site traffic and interaction.

We might also use reliable third-party services to monitor this data on our behalf.

You can either decline the cookies or have your computer alert you each time one is sent. You accomplish this by using the browser’s options. Since each browser differs slightly, consult the Help section of your browser to find out how to edit your cookies properly.

When browser cookies are disabled:

A few features that improve your site experience may not work correctly if you disable cookies.

It’s possible that some of the elements on your site that improve usability don’t work correctly.

Online Ads

You can manage your choices for some of the third parties we deal with to deliver advertising throughout the Internet. We can’t promise that every third party we partner with will respect the choices you make while using those tools.

Networks And Platforms For Social Media

To understand your options for sharing information from social media platforms and networks with us, we advise you to evaluate your privacy settings and options on those platforms and networks.

Third-party disclosure

We do not trade, sell or otherwise transfer your Personally Identifiable Information to outside parties. During collecting personal data of children below the age of 13 years, the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) gives parents the authority. The Federal Trade Commission, United States Consumer protection agency, utilizes the COPPA Rule, which mentions what operators of websites and online services must adhere to protect children’s privacy and safety online.

COPPA (Children Online Privacy Protection Act)

The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) allows parents authority over the acquisition of personally identifiable information from children under 13 years old. The COPPA Rule, which outlines what owners of websites and other online services must do to safeguard children’s safety and privacy online, is enforced by the Federal Trade Commission, the consumer protection agency of the United States.

Fair Information Practices

The Fair Information Practices Standards are the cornerstone of American privacy legislation, and the ideas they encompass have significantly impacted the evolution of data protection laws worldwide. Compliance with the different privacy regulations that safeguard personal information requires understanding the Fair Information Practice Principles (FPP) and how they must be put into practice.

We also concur with the Individual Redress Principle, which calls for giving people the legal means to hold illegitimate data collectors and processors accountable when they violate the law. This concept mandates that people have access to courts or government entities to examine and punish non-compliance by data processors and entitlement against data users.


The CAN-SPAM Act is a piece of legislation that creates guidelines for commercial email, specifies specifications for messages intended for a commercial audience, provides users with the option to stop receiving emails, and outlines severe consequences for infractions.

Your email address is gathered by us so that we can:

We consent to the following to comply with CANSPAM:

You can contact us if you would ever wish to stop getting emails from us, and we will swiftly unsubscribe you from ALL communications.

Contacting Us

If you have any queries about our privacy statement, you can get in touch with us with the details below

14390 Manchester Rd, Missouri 63011


Tel: +1 314-822-3300