Common Conditions

Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Problems

TMJ disorders are caused by misalignments of the jaw joints and muscles. These misalignments may cause pain and discomfort in the jaw joints and around the ears. There are several causes of TMJ disorders including trauma, stress, arthritis, and other medical conditions. Treatment options include chiropractic care, physiotherapy, massage therapy.

Achilles tendinitis

Achilles tendinitis is an injury to the tendon that connects your calf muscles to your heel bone. This tendon becomes inflamed when you repeatedly push off your heel during running or jumping activities. Achilles tendinitis often occurs after repeated stress on the tendon, such as long periods of standing or sitting. Symptoms include pain in the back of your heel, tenderness, and swelling. Treatment includes rest, ice packs, stretching exercises, and anti-inflammatory medications. If the problem persists, surgery may be necessary.

Hip Bursitis

HIP Bursitis is a condition that causes pain in your hip joints. Hip bursitis occurs when there is an abnormal buildup of fluid around the hip joint. If you experience hip bursitis, you may feel pain in your hips, groin area, buttocks, or thighs. You may also notice swelling in your hips.

Plantar fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis is a condition that causes inflammation of the plantar fascia of the foot. It is usually caused by excessive pronation of the foot during walking. Plantar fasciitis can also occur due to other factors like obesity, diabetes, arthritis etc. At Caspian Rehab, we can help reduce this pain through soft tissue therapy, laser therapy, custom orthotics.

Low back pain

Low back pain is a very common condition. Most cases of low back pain are not serious and will resolve within weeks or months. However, if left untreated, low back pain may lead to chronic pain, disability, and even nerve damage. If you think you might have low back pain, see your doctor immediately. Your doctor can help determine whether you need an MRI or X-ray to rule out other conditions. Chiropractic treatment, massage therapy, physiotherapy is often recommended for patients with acute or chronic low back pain.


Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition characterized by widespread muscoskeletal pain and other associated symptoms such as fatigue, depression, and problems with sleep and memory. Fibromyalgia affects women more often than men. In such conditions, the muscles become inflamed and tender. All 18 trigger points become painful when palpated. Chiropractic treatments aim at restoring normal function of the nervous system and improving circulation. Combinations of chiropractic treatment with massage therapy, medications, exercise, and acupuncture help in milder cases.


Scoliosis deformity is a condition in which there is an abnormal curvature of the spine. Scoliosis is usually caused by a congenital defect that causes the vertebrae to grow out of line. As the vertebrae grow, the spinal cord becomes compressed and may cause pain. There are two types of scoliosis: idiopathic and neuromuscular. Idiopathic scoliosis occurs when the spine curves due to normal growth. Neuromuscular scoliosis occurs when there is a problem with the muscles that hold the spine straight.

Tennis elbow

Tennis elbow is an injury caused by repetitive stress to the forearm muscles. Tennis elbow occurs when tendons become inflamed due to repeated strain. Symptoms include pain and tenderness along the inner side of the upper arm near the shoulder joint. Pain may also occur at night while lying down. Treatment includes rest, ice packs, physical therapy.

Shoulder pain

Shoulder pain is caused by many different factors including muscle strain, tendonitis, arthritis, bursitis, rotator cuff tear, bone spurs, impingement syndrome, frozen shoulder, and other conditions. Shoulder pain can occur at any age, but usually starts after 30 years old. There are two types of shoulder pain: acute and chronic. Acute shoulder pain lasts less than three months and may last longer than six weeks. Chronic shoulder pain lasts longer than three months and may continue for several years.

Neck Pain

Neck pain is a very common problem among adults. Neck pain is caused by many different factors including whiplash, muscle strain, arthritis, disc problems, bone spurs, pinched nerves, and other conditions. Most neck pain will go away within a few weeks if you rest your neck properly. Neck pain scopes from mild pain to severe chronic pain. At Caspian Rehab, we focus on treating the root cause of neck pain and headaches. We are very effective in identifying and treating this kind of pain through chiropractic treatment, physiotherapy, massage therapy and exercises.