Dr. Adam Olarenshaw (Osteopath)
After graduating as a Doctor of Osteopathy from Victoria University in 2004, Adam spent the next three years fine tuning his skills in large multidisciplinary clinics throughout Melbourne and London treating clients from all walks of life, ranging from children to the elderly and social athletes to the elite.
In 2008 Adam was appointed as head Osteopath and Director of Sports Medicine for the Ladies European Golf Tour (LET). Adam spent the next four years working with the top female golfers across Europe in over 100 tournaments.
In 2012, Adam transitioned to the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) tour and this is when he launched his personalised player consultancy service, Osteopathic Sports Medicine (OSM). Since then Adam has worked with some of the best female golfers in the world, establishing OSM as one of the leading player services in the world.
Combing the unique combination of Osteopathy and Myotherapy, Adam is a specialist in treating musculoskeletal dysfunction and sports injuries. Adam has further training in NG360, TPI, clinical Pilates, advanced taping and dry needling techniques.
Adam currently consults and travels internationally on the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA).
- Head Osteopath for the European team at the worlds most prestigious ladies golfing event, the “Solheim Cup” in 2009, 2011, 2013, 2015.
- Head Osteopath for Golf Team China at the Rio Olympics.
- Consultant to Golf Team China
Dr. Shane Campbell (Osteopath)
Shane completed his studies at Victoria University graduating with a Bachelor of Clinical Sciences (Osteopathy) and a Masters in Health Sciences (Osteopathy).
From a young age Shane had a strong passion for sport playing a high level of Football, Cricket and Field Hockey. Shane took a particular interest in field hockey where he represented his state at the national championships and going on to coach many junior teams including regional representative teams.
Shane has a rich history of golf within his family where his grandfather Colin Campbell was an early professional and at the forefront of mens professional golf in Australia, he went on to design many golf courses in Melbourne including; Keysborough and Cape Schank golf courses.
Shane has a particular interest in anatomy and the biomechanics of how the body moves. This led to further training in the field where he completed the NG360 course run by the Gray Institute and also the Level 1 TPI certification. Shane has also completed a dry needling course (Dry needling plus by Andrew Hutton).
Shane currently works on the LPGA golf tour with a group of players where he uses a range of osteopathic techniques and exercise rehabilitation to gain the best outcomes for his patients.
Dr. Colin Trigellis-Smith (Osteopath)
Colin graduated from Victoria University with a Bachelor of Health Science and a Masters of Clinical Science (Osteopathy). During his times of study Colin also participated in research, which allowed him to further his knowledge in Osteopathy.
Colin has a strong interest in sport, particularly baseball and Australian Rules football. Colin has played many years of baseball and football, and represented his state in baseball. While participating in football Colin also provided rehabilitation advice to injured players so they could return to the field quicker and reduce their risk of re-injury.
While Colin has been practicing he has completed a level one dry needling course (GEMt), press-needling course, and has also completed the TPI level 1 course. With these skills Colin is able to provide safe and effective treatment, using a wide range of techniques tailored to each individual, and also provide rehabilitation advice to achieve the best possible outcome for patients.
Colin is now currently working with a group of elite golfers on the LPGA tour, treating and providing rehabilitation advice so they can perform better on the course.
Dr. Chris Devenish (Osteopath)
Chris is a fully qualified, registered Osteopath having completed his master’s degree in Melbourne. Chris has also completed a three-year Human Movement degree as well as his certificate III and IV in fitness prior to his five years studying Osteopathy.
During his professional career Chris has worked with professional athletes both nationally (Australian Football League) and internationally (LPGA), in private osteopathic practice and lectured at the Australian Institute of Fitness. As an osteopath he prides himself on his diagnostic and manual therapy skills. Chris has a passion for physical preparation, injury prevention, strength & condition and rehabilitation. Thus, combining these skills to best prepare his athletes for competition.