• Our Staff

    Get to know the staff here at Melton Physiotherapy & Sports Medicine Clinic

    David Horvath


    David graduated from Melbourne and Latrobe Universities with in 1991, with degrees in Science and Physiotherapy. Soon after he accepted a position in Naples Florida, fulfilling his love of travel.

    He returned to Australia in 1994 and in the following year bought the original Practice in Melton on High Street. Come 2000 David built the current clinic on Coburns road where he's since remained owner and principle of Melton Physiotherapy Clinic for 26 years.

    An ex elite sportsman, he understands the demands of recovery, from a personal and professional perspective.


    David has 2 grown children and a beautiful wife, with whom he enjoys spending his time. He loves to go on long bike rides and is a Commanding Officer in the Australian Airforce Cadets.

    Julie Beckham

    Practice Manager

    Julie quickly established herself as Practice Manager after showing a huge amount of compassion for people in pain. She's seen first-hand what chronic pain can do to a person and their family.

    She is passionate about self improvement, both physically and mentally, attending the gym at least three times a week and learning about her inner-self and growing every day.



    Kirrienne Coughlan


    Kirrienne began her career in the health industry more than 10 years ago as a remedial massage therapist. After realising she wanted to do more for her patients, she took the leap to study physiotherapy — graduating in 2020 at Australian Catholic University.

    Kirrienne enjoys treating people of all ages for a range of musculoskeletal conditions. Her passion lies in enabling people to self-manage their treatment plan to improve their quality of life, through better understanding of their bodies.

    Another of her passions is Irish dancing. Having competed for 17 years at State, National and International level, Kirrienne has taught dancing for the past 12 years and is currently an active member of the executive committee for the Victorian Irish Dancing Association.



    Dayna Seabrook


    Dayna joined the team as Receptionist in 2018. She has a passion for helping people, and works endlessly to ensure that everyone who walks through the door is taken care of.

    She is currently studying a Bachelor of Psychological Sciences with the goal of one day becoming a clinical Psychologist. Her interests include makeup, 4X4ing, camping and the human mind.

    Dayna is our resident crazy animal lady with 2 dogs, 4 hand tame birds, and a couple of fish.