Staff at the Atlantic Pain Clinic are well trained and are here to help. They have a great deal of experience working with individuals in Chronic Pain. Our health care professionals will listen closely and will construct a treatment program that is tailored to the individual needs of our patients.

Dr. Evans (B.Sc., M.D, LMCC, FRCP(c), CISIS)

Dr. Evans obtained his undergraduate degree in Psychology, and Medical Degree from Dalhousie University. Thereafter, he Interned at the University of California, Irvine and then worked as an Emergency Room Physician and Medical Examiner before returning to specialty training in Anesthesiology at Dalhousie. Dr. Evans pursued sub-specialty training in the Functional Restoration approach to Chronic Pain at the Harvard University Hospitals and The University of Texas. He is certified by the International Spine Intervention Society (SIS) in the interventional diagnosis and management of Cervical, Thoracic and Lumbosacral spine pain and is a contributing author to the SIS “Practice Guidelines for Spinal Diagnostic and Treatment Procedures,” Second Edition

Dr. Evans has published peer-reviewed research and presented extensively on the subject of Chronic Pain over the past 25 years. Dr. Evans lectures on Chronic Pain with both the Dalhousie University Family Medicine Resident Training program and the Dalhousie Medical School – Saint John.

Dr. Evans (B.Sc., M.D, LMCC, FRCP(c), CISIS)

Dr. Evans obtained his undergraduate degree in Psychology, and Medical Degree from Dalhousie University. Thereafter, he Interned at the University of California, Irvine and then worked as an Emergency Room Physician and Medical Examiner before returning to specialty training in Anesthesiology at Dalhousie. Dr. Evans pursued sub-specialty training in the Functional Restoration approach to Chronic Pain at the Harvard University Hospitals and The University of Texas. He is certified by the International Spine Intervention Society (SIS) in the interventional diagnosis and management of Cervical, Thoracic and Lumbosacral spine pain and is a contributing author to the SIS “Practice Guidelines for Spinal Diagnostic and Treatment Procedures,” Second Edition

Dr. Evans has published peer-reviewed research and presented extensively on the subject of Chronic Pain over the past 25 years. Dr. Evans lectures on Chronic Pain with both the Dalhousie University Family Medicine Resident Training program and the Dalhousie Medical School – Saint John.

Dr. Douglas French (Ph.D. L.Psych.)

A proud native of New Brunswick, Dr. French obtained his Ph.D. in psychology from Laval University in 1995. He went on to complete post-doctoral studies in the area of pain at Ohio University where he further cemented his interest in the physical and psychological factors related to the experience of pain and how these factors can help or hinder the quality of life of individuals suffering from chronic pain.

Dr. French has been a licensed psychologist since 1997 and was a full professor of Clinical Psychology at the Université de Moncton before deciding to devote his energy and enthusiasm to full time clinical practice at the Atlantic Pain Clinic. He has published extensively in the area of pain and his research has appeared in national and international psychology and medicine journals.

As the director of psychology at the Atlantic Pain Clinic in Moncton New Brunswick, Dr. French manages ongoing research at the clinic and provides psychology assessment and treatment services to both individuals and groups undergoing functional restoration.

In addition to his primary interests in pain, Dr. French also has expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of Depression and Anxiety Disorders with a particular interest in PTSD. Personally, he enjoys salmon fishing, struggling with his golf game and talking about pain.

Dr. Douglas French (Ph.D. L.Psych.)

A proud native of New Brunswick, Dr. French obtained his Ph.D. in psychology from Laval University in 1995. He went on to complete post-doctoral studies in the area of pain at Ohio University where he further cemented his interest in the physical and psychological factors related to the experience of pain and how these factors can help or hinder the quality of life of individuals suffering from chronic pain.

Dr. French has been a licensed psychologist since 1997 and was a full professor of Clinical Psychology at the Université de Moncton before deciding to devote his energy and enthusiasm to full time clinical practice at the Atlantic Pain Clinic. He has published extensively in the area of pain and his research has appeared in national and international psychology and medicine journals.

As the director of psychology at the Atlantic Pain Clinic in Moncton New Brunswick, Dr. French manages ongoing research at the clinic and provides psychology assessment and treatment services to both individuals and groups undergoing functional restoration.

In addition to his primary interests in pain, Dr. French also has expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of Depression and Anxiety Disorders with a particular interest in PTSD. Personally, he enjoys salmon fishing, struggling with his golf game and talking about pain.

Lacey Wigmore  (BSc. In Nursing; MN: Nurse Practitioner/FAA)

Lacey completed a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from St. Francis Xavier University in 2007 before going on to Athabasca University where she obtained a Master’s Degree in Nursing with a specialty in advanced nursing practice in 2016.

Lacey is new to The Atlantic Pain Clinic, with her background nursing experience in the areas of Oncology and Internal Medicine. Lacey is a member of the Nurse Practitioners of New Brunswick, Nurses Association of New Brunswick, Canadian Nurses Association, and the Canadian Association of Advanced Practice Nurses.

In her free time, Lacey enjoys outdoor activities such as boating, hiking, fishing, and kayaking/canoeing with her family.

Lacey Wigmore  (BSc. In Nursing; MN: Nurse Practitioner/FAA)

Lacey completed a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from St. Francis Xavier University in 2007 before going on to Athabasca University where she obtained a Master’s Degree in Nursing with a specialty in advanced nursing practice in 2016.

Lacey is new to The Atlantic Pain Clinic, with her background nursing experience in the areas of Oncology and Internal Medicine. Lacey is a member of the Nurse Practitioners of New Brunswick, Nurses Association of New Brunswick, Canadian Nurses Association, and the Canadian Association of Advanced Practice Nurses.

In her free time, Lacey enjoys outdoor activities such as boating, hiking, fishing, and kayaking/canoeing with her family

Marcel Robichaud (BSc. Kinesiology; MSc. Kinanthropology)
Certified Kinesiologist and Clinic Manager

Marcel completed a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology from l’Université de Moncton in 2000 before going on to the Université de Sherbrooke where he obtained a Master’s Degree in Kinanthropology with a specialty in Biomechanics in 2002. Marcel is also a Certified Exercise Physiologist (CEP) with the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology.

He has been with The Atlantic Pain Clinic since the beginning and has 15 years’ experience working helping individuals with chronic pain improving their strength, mobility and overall quality of life.

Outside of the clinic, Marcel is involved with New Brunswick Kinesiology Association and likes to play hockey, golf and spending quality time with his family.

Marcel Robichaud (BSc. Kinesiology; MSc. Kinanthropology)
Certified Kinesiologist and Clinic Manager

Marcel completed a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology from l’Université de Moncton in 2000 before going on to the Université de Sherbrooke where he obtained a Master’s Degree in Kinanthropology with a specialty in Biomechanics in 2002. Marcel is also a Certified Exercise Physiologist (CEP) with the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology.

He has been with The Atlantic Pain Clinic since the beginning and has 15 years’ experience working helping individuals with chronic pain improving their strength, mobility and overall quality of life.

Outside of the clinic, Marcel is involved with New Brunswick Kinesiology Association and likes to play hockey, golf and spending quality time with his family.

Tania Cormier (BSc. Kinesiology)
Certified Kinesiologist

Tania graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from l’Université de Moncton in 2013. While completing her studies, Tania worked as a trainer for the Women’s Volleyball team for three consecutive years and was also responsible for evaluating the fitness of local fire-fighters.

Tania joined the Atlantic Pain Clinic as a Kinesiologist in July of 2013 where she works closely with clients experiencing chronic pain to develop an individualised program to help them reach their strength, endurance and mobility goals.

She is both caring and enthusiastic. Tania is also actively involved with the New Brunswick Kinesiology Association and she enjoys traveling, reading and spending time with her family.

Tania Cormier (BSc. Kinesiology)
Certified Kinesiologist

Tania graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from l’Université de Moncton in 2013. While completing her studies, Tania worked as a trainer for the Women’s Volleyball team for three consecutive years and was also responsible for evaluating the fitness of local fire-fighters.

Tania joined the Atlantic Pain Clinic as a Kinesiologist in July of 2013 where she works closely with clients experiencing chronic pain to develop an individualised program to help them reach their strength, endurance and mobility goals.

She is both caring and enthusiastic.Tania is also actively involved with the New Brunswick Kinesiology Association and she enjoys traveling, reading and spending time with her family.