Arvin Sepahdoost

Arvin Sepahdoost

Doctor of Chiropractic (DC)


Contemporary Medical Acupuncture (CMAG)



Meet Dr. Sepahdoost

“Dr. Sepahdoost was first attracted to the chiropractic profession over a decade ago in his role as a patient while suffering from chronic debilitating headaches. It was chiropractic care that significantly reduced his daily headaches until he did not experience them anymore.”

Dr. Sepahdoost is a holistic, evidence-based practitioner who has obtained his Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC). Prior to attending CMCC, Dr. Sepahdoost completed his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Prince Edward Island (PEI). To complement his extensive Doctor of Chiropractic education, Dr. Sepahdoost has also completed training in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture (CMAG) with the McMaster University department of anesthesia which allows him to further utilize his knowledge to treat conditions that may not respond to traditional chiropractic care.

He is also a Registered Trigenics® Practitioner (RTP) who has gained more clinical skills in treating Knee, Shoulder, and Spinal complaints.

Dr. Sepahdoost has experience in different environments including chiropractic, orthopedic, and rehabilitation clinics across Canada and Iran. This continuous exposure to healthcare has strengthened his passion and has taught him that every patient is different even if they may present with similar complaints. His unique practice approach is to combine multiple non-invasive therapies into a unique and individualized care plan for each and every patient.

Dr. Sepahdoost is a spine & musculoskeletal expert who strives to maximize your performance and optimize your health by treating a wide array of conditions with a special interest in arthritic conditions, spinal stenosis, shoulder impingements, and rotator cuff injuries.

These are some other complex musculoskeletal conditions that he treats:

Neck pain
Back Pain
Pelvis, Hip, Knee, and Ankle pain
Shoulder, Elbow, and Wrist pain
Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
Jaw pain, including Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) Dysfunction
Tennis/ Golfer’s Elbow
Shin Splints
Plantar Fasciitis
Disc Herniations
Nerve Entrapment, numbness & tingling
Sport injuries
Muscle Strains/Ligament Sprains
Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)
Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA)
Work and Sport Injuries
Chronic pain
Postural Dysfunction
Pre/Post-surgical rehabilitation
Nutritional advice