Todd E. Riddle, DC, RKT, CSCS, CCSP, FMT, FAKTR
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Dr. Todd E. Riddle, is a graduate of Sherman College of Chiropractic and an assistant professor of clinical sciences. Dr. Riddle currently teaches Passive Rehabilitation and Active Rehabilitation, Diagnosis Review 1 and Clinical Case Management 3. Formerly, he also taught orthopedic and neurologic testing. He is a Registered Kinesiotherapist through the American Kinesiotherapy Association, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician through the American Board of Chiropractic Sports Physicians, certified in Fascial Movement Taping and is also a certified FAKTR instructor. In addition to his teaching duties at the college, Dr. Riddle also lectures at the national level on the topics of sports chiropractic and rehabilitation.
He received a BS in exercise science/Kinesiotherapy from the University of Toledo in 1998, where he was on football scholarship as a quarterback. Riddle graduated as co-valedictorian of his class at Sherman and was hired after graduation to organize their physiotherapy classes. Prior to chiropractic school, Riddle was the owner of Athletic Republic-Charlotte (NC), a franchised sports performance training program for athletes of all levels. His decision to attend chiropractic school came while playing arena football and having the team’s chiropractor help neck issues he’d been having from an injury in high school. He is in private practice at Southeast Sports & Rehabilitation in Spartanburg. He is married to his beautiful wife Jessica and has three children, Isabella, Scarlett and Brooks.