Transferring from a Wheelchair to the IntimateRider
The magic is the combination of seat height, seat depth and the geometry of the gliding action. Sex after Spinal Cord Injury will be better than you ever dreamed possible.
The IntimateRider was designed by a C6-C7 quadriplegic with limited arm movement and no trunk or leg muscle control in order to provide great sex after spinal cord injury. If you can brace your arm against your leg, your partner’s body or something next to you, the IntimateRider will move with very little pushing effort causing your pelvis to move for easy thrusting during sex after spinal cord injury.
It’s important to position your legs so they bend at the knees and your partner’s body helps keep them stable. The IntimateRider very stable once you are in the unit, it was designed to be very difficult to tip over. You must be careful during the transfer because it is a short seat.
Is It Easy to Transfer Onto The IntimateRider?Watch the transferring from a wheelchair to the IntimateRider video.
- If an individual can transfer in and out of a car or on and off a standard height toilet seat they should be able transfer on and off the IntimateRider.
- It helps to position the unit close to the bed or something that can be used for support if needed.
- The seat is short so advise to take it slow.
- We have many quadriplegics who can transfer by themselves who use it with ease.