Our downtown Moncton location is now open! For more information, visit the ‘Contact Us’ page.

Welcome to Sparx Wellness Institute!

An innovative, multi-disciplinary Health and Wellness Institute that makes healthy living attainable for everyone.
Sparx provides a proactive approach to healthy living!
Our team of professionals are here to not only treat injuries but, more importantly, to prevent further injuries from occurring.
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Meet the team


Léon DesRoches
Owner, Physiotherapist
BSc Kin; BSc PT

Léon holds two Bachelor’s degrees; one in Kinesiology from Université de Moncton (NB) and the other in Physiotherapy from Dalhousie University (NS).

Dominic Gauvin

Dominic Gauvin

Dominic had studied Pre-Med and Kinesiology at U de M before obtaining is Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy from Dalhousie Univeristy in 2001.

Ian Moran

Ian Moran
Osteopathic Practitioner
BSc Hons Ost.

Ian, who has joined the Sparx team in October, 2011, has a BSc Honours (Osteopathic Medicine) and has extensive experience in sports care.

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Physiotherapists have a detailed understanding of how the body works and are specially educated and trained to assess and improve movement and function in order to relieve pain.

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Massage Therapy

Massage therapy is used to relieve tension, promote relaxation, and attain relief from chronic muscle pain.

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Osteopathy is well known for its benefits and effectiveness in dealing with muscle, bone, ligament, and joint pain. This natural therapy uses gentle manual techniques to restore function to the body, improve posture, and relieve pain.

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Other Services

Sparx Wellness Institute offers additional services. For more information regarding our Concussion Treatment Program (CCMI), Active Rehab Program or Smartest Weigh, please click on the link below.

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Tip of the week

A poor posture can be improved simply by being aware of it. Place a sticker or a post-it note in your home or office in a place that you’ll see often. Use it as a reminder to pull your shoulders down, bring your head back so it lines up with your neck and shoulders, and to straighten your back. A poor slouching habit can be replaced with good posture in no time!