Privacy Policy - Amazing Life Chiropractic and Wellness

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Effective: August 19, 2020

Amazing Life Chiropractic respects and is committed to protecting your privacy. This Privacy Notice explains how we collect, use, and protect personal information, when and to whom we disclose such information, and the choices you have about the use and disclosure of that information. 


  1. Terms

By accessing this website, you are agree to be bound by these website Terms of Service and Privacy Policy, all applicable state and federal laws and regulations, and agree you are responsible for compliance applicable local laws.  If you do not agree with any of the Terms of Service or any provision of the Privacy Policy, you are prohibited from using or accessing this website.  Any information or educational materials  contained in this website are owned by the clinic and protected by applicable copyright and trade mark law.

  1. Limited Use License

Users of our website are granted permission to temporarily download one copy of any materials on the website for personal and non-commercial use only. This is a grant of a limited temporary license, and not a transfer of title, and under this license you may not modify or copy the materials or use them for any commercial purpose.

  1. Disclaimer

The materials on the website are provided “as is”. Amazing Life Chiropractic makes no warranties, expressed or implied of any nature, and hereby expressly disclaims and negates any and all other warranties, including without limitation, implied warranties or conditions of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement of intellectual property or other violation of rights. Further, Amazing Life Chiropractic does not warrant or make any representations concerning the accuracy, likely results, or reliability of the use of the materials on its website or otherwise relating to such materials or on any sites linked to the website.

  1. Limitations

In no event shall Amazing Life Chiropractic or its employees or staff be liable for any damages (including, without limitation, damages for loss of data or profit, or due to business interruption,) arising out of the use of the materials on the website.  

  1. Governing Law 

Any claim relating to Amazing Life Chiropractic website shall be governed by the laws of the state of Washington without regard to any conflict of law provisions.

  1. Links to other websites.

This Website contains links to unaffiliated third-party websites. Amazing Life Chiropractic is not responsible for the privacy practices or content of those websites. We recommend you read the privacy policy of every website you visit.


Communicating with us

Please note electronic mail (“email”) or the “Contact Us” link on our Website should never be used to transmit information, documents, or questions which include healthcare or other sensitive personal information.  Email is not 100% secure and this information may potentially be intercepted by third parties.  If you wish to communicate healthcare information or sensitive personal information, you should call our office.  You may also log in to the patient portal on the Website which utilizes an industry standard encryption protocol designed to protect your information.  

Unfortunately, the transmission of information via the internet can never be 100% and absolutely guaranteed as secure.  Despite implementing commercially reasonable protocols and utilizing industry standard practices to safeguard this information, we cannot absolutely and unconditionally guarantee the security of your personal or healthcare information transmitted through our Website.  You agree the transmission of personal or healthcare information through the internet is done at your own risk, which you expressly accept and acknowledge by utilizing our patient portal. 

Collection of Your Information

We may collect information about you:

  • Whenever you provide the information to us directly. 
  • Any time you use or access our Website, certain data is automatically collected.  
  • From third parties, including other healthcare providers who may have treated you or insurers for purposes of billing information.

Collection of Browsing Information

When you visit (the “Website”) the Website automatically collects certain types of browsing information about your Internet browser, computer, and/or device, including, but not limited to, information about your Internet Protocol (IP) address and operating system.

Additionally, like most websites, as you browse the Website, our servers automatically log each visitor to the Website and may collect information about the individual web pages or products you view, what websites or search terms referred you to the Website, and information about how you interact with our Website. 

Our website contains browser “Cookies”.  “Cookies” are small pieces of data sent to your Internet browser from a web server and stored on your device or computer’s hard drive. Cookies generally include an anonymous unique identifier. When you visit the Website, a cookie may be sent to your device or computer.  Information gathered using cookies helps us improve the user experience on our Website.  You can choose whether or not to accept cookies by changing your Internet browser settings.  

Our website may also contain “Flash Cookies”. Flash cookies collect and store certain information about your preferences and navigation on our Website. Flash cookies are not typically managed by the same browser settings as browser cookies.

Our website may also contain “Web Beacons”. Pages of our the Website may contain small electronic files that are commonly known as web beacons which permit the Company to count users who have visited those pages or opened an e-mail and for other related website statistics.


We utilize industry standard practices and protocols to protect and secure your personal and healthcare information at our office.

Children Under the Age of 13

The Website is not intended to be used by children who are under the age of 13. No person under age 13 may provide any personal information to or on the Website. We do not knowingly collect personal information from children under the age of 13.  If you are under the age of 13, please do not use or provide any information on this Website or on or provide any information about yourself to us, including your name, address, telephone number, e-mail address or any screen name or user name you may use. If we learn we have collected or received personal information from a child under 13 without verification of parental consent, we will promptly delete this information. If you believe we might have collected any information from or regarding a child under 13, please contact us via our contact us link.


Healthcare Information

Disclosure of health care information is governed by State and Federal law.  


Washington State Law regarding the protection of healthcare information can be found here:

Medical Records – Health Care Information Access and Disclosure

You are advised to consult this statute to review your rights.  

Below are certain important provisions:

RCW 70.02.020 Disclosure by health care provider.

(1) Except as authorized elsewhere in this chapter, a health care provider, an individual who assists a health care provider in the delivery of health care, or an agent and employee of a health care provider may not disclose health care information about a patient to any other person without the patient’s written authorization. A disclosure made under a patient’s written authorization must conform to the authorization.

(2) A patient has a right to receive an accounting of disclosures of health care information made by a health care provider or a health care facility in the six years before the date on which the accounting is requested, except for disclosures:

(a) To carry out treatment, payment, and health care operations;

(b) To the patient of health care information about him or her;

(c) Incident to a use or disclosure that is otherwise permitted or required;

(d) Pursuant to an authorization where the patient authorized the disclosure of health care information about himself or herself;

(e) Of directory information;

(f) To persons involved in the patient’s care;

(g) For national security or intelligence purposes if an accounting of disclosures is not permitted by law;

(h) To correctional institutions or law enforcement officials if an accounting of disclosures is not permitted by law; and

(i) Of a limited data set that excludes direct identifiers of the patient or of relatives, employers, or household members of the patient.


RCW 70.02.030 Patient authorization of disclosure—Health care information—Requirement to provide free copy to patient appealing denial of social security benefits.

(1) A patient may authorize a health care provider or health care facility to disclose the patient’s health care information. A health care provider or health care facility shall honor an authorization and, if requested, provide a copy of the recorded health care information unless the health care provider or health care facility denies the patient access to health care information under RCW 70.02.090.

(2)(a) Except as provided in (b) of this subsection, a health care provider or health care facility may charge a reasonable fee for providing the health care information and is not required to honor an authorization until the fee is paid.

(b) Upon request of a patient or a patient’s personal representative, a health care facility or health care provider shall provide the patient or representative with one copy of the patient’s health care information free of charge if the patient is appealing the denial of federal supplemental security income or social security disability benefits. The patient or representative may complete a disclosure authorization specifying the health care information requested and provide it to the health care facility or health care provider. The health care facility or health care provider may provide the health care information in either paper or electronic format. A health care facility or health care provider is not required to provide a patient or a patient’s personal representative with a free copy of health care information that has previously been provided free of charge pursuant to a request within the preceding two years.


(3) To be valid, a disclosure authorization to a health care provider or health care facility shall:

(a) Be in writing, dated, and signed by the patient;

(b) Identify the nature of the information to be disclosed;

(c) Identify the name and institutional affiliation of the person or class of persons to whom the information is to be disclosed;

(d) Identify the provider or class of providers who are to make the disclosure;

(e) Identify the patient; and

(f) Contain an expiration date or an expiration event that relates to the patient or the purpose of the use or disclosure.


(4) Unless disclosure without authorization is otherwise permitted under RCW 70.02.050 or the federal health insurance portability and accountability act of 1996 and its implementing regulations, an authorization may permit the disclosure of health care information to a class of persons that includes:

(a) Researchers if the health care provider or health care facility obtains the informed consent for the use of the patient’s health care information for research purposes; or

(b) Third-party payors if the information is only disclosed for payment purposes.

(5) Except as provided by this chapter, the signing of an authorization by a patient is not a waiver of any rights a patient has under other statutes, the rules of evidence, or common law.

(6) When an authorization permits the disclosure of health care information to a financial institution or an employer of the patient for purposes other than payment, the authorization as it pertains to those disclosures shall expire one year after the signing of the authorization, unless the authorization is renewed by the patient.

(7) A health care provider or health care facility shall retain the original or a copy of each authorization or revocation in conjunction with any health care information from which disclosures are made.

(8) Where the patient is under the supervision of the department of corrections, an authorization signed pursuant to this section for health care information related to mental health or drug or alcohol treatment expires at the end of the term of supervision, unless the patient is part of a treatment program that requires the continued exchange of information until the end of the period of treatment.


RCW 70.02.050 Disclosure without patient’s authorization—Need-to-know basis.

(1) A health care provider or health care facility may disclose health care information, except for information and records related to sexually transmitted diseases which are addressed in RCW 70.02.220, about a patient without the patient’s authorization to the extent a recipient needs to know the information, if the disclosure is:

(a) To a person who the provider or facility reasonably believes is providing health care to the patient;

(b) To any other person who requires health care information for health care education, or to provide planning, quality assurance, peer review, or administrative, legal, financial, actuarial services to, or other health care operations for or on behalf of the health care provider or health care facility; or for assisting the health care provider or health care facility in the delivery of health care and the health care provider or health care facility reasonably believes that the person:

(i) Will not use or disclose the health care information for any other purpose; and

(ii) Will take appropriate steps to protect the health care information;

(c) To any person if the health care provider or health care facility believes, in good faith, that use or disclosure is necessary to prevent or lessen a serious and imminent threat to the health or safety of a person or the public, and the information is disclosed only to a person or persons reasonably able to prevent or lessen the threat, including the target of the threat. There is no obligation under this chapter on the part of the provider or facility to so disclose; or

(d) For payment, including information necessary for a recipient to make a claim, or for a claim to be made on behalf of a recipient for aid, insurance, or medical assistance to which he or she may be entitled.

(2) A health care provider shall disclose health care information, except for information and records related to sexually transmitted diseases, unless otherwise authorized in RCW 70.02.220, about a patient without the patient’s authorization if the disclosure is:

(a) To federal, state, or local public health authorities, to the extent the health care provider is required by law to report health care information; when needed to determine compliance with state or federal licensure, certification or registration rules or laws, or to investigate unprofessional conduct or ability to practice with reasonable skill and safety under chapter 18.130 RCW. Any health care information obtained under this subsection is exempt from public inspection and copying pursuant to chapter 42.56 RCW; or

(b) When needed to protect the public health.

Additional information regarding privacy law with regards to healthcare information in the State of Washington can be found here:



Federal law concerning the protection of healthcare information can be found in the Healthcare Insurance Portability Act (HIPAA) and the HITECH Act of 2009.  A summary of these laws can be found on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services website at:

Changes to Our Privacy Policy

It is our policy to post any changes we make to our privacy policy on this page.  The date the privacy policy was last revised is identified at the top of the page. You are responsible for periodically visiting our Website and this privacy policy to check for any changes or updates.

Contact Information

To ask questions or comment about this privacy policy and our privacy practices, contact via our Contact Us link, or by writing us at:


800 164th St. SE Suite O

Mill Creek, WA 98012

Telephone 425-737-5343


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