Support Inner Dynamics Physical Therapy in the 2018 12th Annual Valentine Plunge

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A message from Inner Dynamics Physical Therapy

On February 3rd, the 12th Annual Valentine Plunge brings together a brotherhood of family, friends, community and heart! Hundreds of people will be plunging in to the icy cold waters of the ocean to raise awareness and raise money for PALS (People with ALS) and their families. 

As a company, we are dedicated to being there and supporting those going through any life change and often see many patients with chronic pain. Along with pelvic pain, we also treat those with ALS and other types of neurodegenerative diseases. SO, OF COURSE WE WILL BE PLUNGING!!

Jumping in 32 degree water in the middle of the winter has to be the craziest idea ever- so one would think. However, freezing temperatures are actually a wonderful way to reboost your central nervous system and keep you less anxious. Cold temperatures also help to improve circulation, reduce inflammation in our brains and bodies, boosts our immune system via increased oxygen and blood flow and it also increases our metabolism! 

The icy plunge goes against all of your natural instincts but we are doing this as an act of solidarity with our local PALS  because they are conquering immensely greater fears every minute of every day. The spirit of the day is incredibly uplifting. 

The "plunge" we're asking you to make doesn't involve freezing cold water -- but it will make a big splash in the lives of our PALS. Your donation will go directly to Joan Dancy and PALS, an amazing organization that supports and provided both PALs and families with the resources they may need along the way. Simply click the "Donate" button above to make a secure online donation today.  

Thanks for joining our family!

Inner Dynamics Physical Therapy