RolfPros was founded by Fred Nehring, Certified Advanced Rolfer™, HHP, who has helped hundreds of clientele tackle everything from auto, sports or work injuries and physical rehabilitation through FMS™ Test, Rolfing®, LiteCure LightForce® Pro Therapy Laser and RockTape™ Kinesiology Taping. He has been in private practice since 2011.
With a keen interest in treating athletic injuries and finding a solution that helps athletes and everyday people return to optimum performance. RolfPro’s founder Fred Nehring has made it his life’s goal to help individuals of all levels recover from athletic, work, home, or auto injury and prevent future issues through his unique program RolfPros Recover Right. As the body finds a new way to organize and balance itself, thus reducing or eliminating chronic pain. RolfPros gets you from your pain to performing better.
Fred is specialty-trained and skilled at rehabilitating and relieving conditions associated with neck pain, back pain, sciatica, arthritis, bursitis, disc pain, shoulder pain, temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ), migraines, plantar fasciitis, carpal tunnel, soft tissue damage, and chronic pain.
Based on the injury, condition and patient, Fred treats each patient as a whole. He addresses the core of the injury and the body’s issues, not just a symptom. His approach focuses on connective tissue aka fascia and the nerves embedded not just a specific area of the body unlike traditional massage, physical therapy or chiropractic care.
Fred also utilizes his other skill-sets in muscle function testing, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) stretching, soft tissue manipulation of the spinal column, advanced myoskeletal therapy, neuromuscular and clinical orthopedic massage, trigger point therapy, muscle energy techniques (MET) and visceral manipulation.
Fred finds his contributions to the athletic community very rewarding. It’s his passion caring for athletes from multiple sports – from high school to intercollegiate, Olympic, and professional levels. In 2014-2015 he worked with the U.S. Olympic team athletes in Lake Placid, NY., and Colorado Springs, CO.