Guy Walker

Guy Walker, Former Professional Cricketer & AFL Footballer

I met Adriana a few months back when I was referred by a former teammate. Since meeting Adriana, I have been genuinely blown away by the work ethic and passion she has. There is a genuine want to help that I have never seen so clearly before. The term ‘live by your values’ doesn’t speak truer to anybody but Adriana, the care and empathy she holds towards her clients are second to none.

The integrity Adriana holds is also something that stands out. Not only that, Adriana gives you time when you need it, and explains things if something doesn’t quiet make sense. I never truly believed in ‘things happen for a reason’, but meeting and getting to know Adriana has restored my faith and things actually do happen for a reason. One of the most genuine, passionate and helpful people that. I have ever met.


Former West Coast Eagle secures $500,000 payout after suffering career-ending neck injury

Ex-Eagle Patrick Bines’ brutal injury saw him drop 40kg and use an injecting room. He was left in “excruciating pain” and ready to end his life years after an innocuous on-field spoil cost him everything

Earlier this year, journalist Jon Ralph spoke about his story on Fox Footy’s On The Couch when insurance and claims expert Adriana Oreskov was watching. This one moment saved him and changed his life.

On her own accord, Ms Oreskov reached out to Bines on LinkedIn. She was able to successfully re-activate his claim on 11 May 2022 and exactly 60 days later on 11 July 2022, Bines had his total and permanent disability with AMP approved, after two unsuccessful attempts. He was finally able to have closure so that he can focus on healing and getting his life back on track.


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Dr Alan Pearce

Concussion Expert & Neuroscientist

Alan Pearce PhD, is an Associate Professor in the School of Allied Health at La Trobe University. He was an adjunct Senior Research Fellow in the Melbourne School of Health Sciences, The University of Melbourne from 2011-2016. Alan is a neurophysiologist who’s primary research focus is on sports-related concussion. Specifically his research program, using electro physiological techniques, particularly transcranial magnetic stimulation, centres on brain physiology to quantify cognitive and motor impairments in the acute phase post-concussion, and chronic manifestations of repeated concussions associated with mental health and neurological impairment. With 20 years experience in TMS and electrophysiology techniques, Alan also investigates neuroplastic changes following peripheral injury, balance disorders, exercise interventions and rehabilitation. Alan has won ~2.8 million dollars in collaborative research funding and currently has over 100 peer-reviewed publications. With a current H-index of 27 (Scholar) and 22 (Scopus), Alan is regarded internationally for his research work in sports-related concussion and is a regular media commentator on issues surrounding sports-related concussion.

Alan is a member of the following organisations:

Australian Sports Brain Bank
Victorian Manager
June 2019 – Present

La Trobe University
Research Associate Professor
Feb 2017 – Present

Australian Athletes Alliance
May 2016 – Present

Australian Football League
Concussion working party
April 2016 – October 2017

Corporate Keynote Speaker
Concussion expert Dr Alan Pearce has presented at conferences around the world and is a recognised keynote speaker. Combining his scientific knowledge with his experience in elite sport and working with business, Alan is a captivating speaker suitable for various audiences, including business, sport and community.