Todd Toriscelli served with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for 17 seasons with four as director of sports medicine and performance, before moving on to join the Tennessee Titans football club in 2014. He has been a part of four division championships during his tenure as well as the Buccaneers’ first Super Bowl title, a 48-21 victory over Oakland in Super Bowl XXXVII.
Toriscelli coordinates daily medical coverage and is closely involved in all performance parameters such as physical development and nutrition. Toriscelli and his staff have conducted research projects on dehydration and exercise in the heat in conjunction with scientists from the Gatorade Sports Science Institute and most recently, completed a large research project on hamstring injuries and other injury-related topics among NFL players. He recently co-authored an article in the International Journal of Sports Medicine and has also published several other articles and lectured on topics related to sports medicine. Toriscelli was also named to the NFL Health and Safety Panel in May of 2011.
Todd Toriscelli spent a combined seven years as a head trainer for Stanford, Miami (FL) and Kansas State. While with Stanford in 1995 and 1996, Toriscelli also served as the National Athletic Trainers Association’s liaison to the NCAA Football Rules Committee.
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