Dr. Todd Riddle holds multiple national and international certificates in chiropractic sports medicine, rehabilitation, as well as strength and conditioning. He is a previous two-sport collegiate athlete at the University of Toledo and has over 20 years of experience in sports medicine and human performance training. Dr. Riddle has treated and trained thousands of athletes across many sports, ranging from the amateur to professional. Most recently, he had the honor to serve as the team chiropractor and member of the sports medicine team for the historic Nigerian Bobsled and Skeleton Federation at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Dr. Riddle is also an accomplished international lecturer and post-graduate educator. He has served as an assistant professor on the faculty of two chiropractic colleges, teaching rehabilitation, orthopedics, diagnosis and soft tissue therapy. Dr. Riddle is also the Director of Education for Southeast Sports Seminars, lead instructor for FAKTR (Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehab) and an instructor for Dynamic Tape. He has presented all over North America for many professional organizations, as well as Europe, Africa, Australia and Asia. He also has served as a reviewer of scientific articles and books chapters related to sports medicine and rehabilitation. When he isn’t traveling and teaching, Dr. Riddle maintains a private practice in Southeast Houston, Texas.