HANTSCARE was set up in 1985 by David Newman to provide the highest standard of care to the sportsmen and women of Hampshire.
HANTSCARE has always strived for high quality treatment as well as backup and support services. In July 1995 we were in the first group of practices to have our Quality Management System accredited under The Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice (PHYSIOFIRST) Quality Assurance Scheme. PHYSIOFIRST instigated its QA scheme in 1994 to raise and maintain the standard of service within Chartered Physiotherapy in the private sector. HANTSCARE is delighted to have been one of the first practices in the UK to be involved in this initiative.
HANTSCARE is recognised by all the major private health insurance companies. In most cases we are able to invoice your insurer and receive direct settlement. In addition we hold a number of Preferred Provider contracts, spanning from Private Health Insurance, to Personal Injury Claim schemes.
We also hold a number of contracts as Physiotherapy Providers within industry, ranging from small local firms to multi-national conglomerates. As well as providing treatment we are able to offer workplace assessment and independent employee injury profiles. For more details please contact David Newman.
Personal Injury Claims
In recent years the practice has developed a growing reputation in the field of Personal Injury Claims. We act as preferred providers to a number of Personal Injury Schemes as well as working directly with the clients solicitors and Insurance company. Whilst most fees these days are settled by a third party for the client we are happy to negotiate deferred payment schemes where there is no alternative for the claimant.
As well as wide experience in the sport and Industry worlds, we have been involved with the performing arts treating whole theatre companies (e.g. Resident Physiotherapists to the CATS UK TOUR for Cameron Macintosh Productions) to individual dancers and actors, many of whom are household names. See our ‘Rogues’ Gallery’ in Reception.