Living with a disability or chronic illness need not mean living a life without sexual intimacy, pleasure or sexual desire. People of all ages that live with disabilities and or chronic illnesses remain sexual beings, capable of experiencing wonderful, intimate and satisfying sex lives.
Our sex therapists can help you and/or your partner overcome such challenges to create a sex life that is erotic, pleasurable, intimate, or whatever you want your sex life to be…


Sex, Illness & Disability

Living with a disability or chronic illness need not mean living a life without sexual intimacy, pleasure or sexual desire. People of all ages that live with disabilities and or chronic illnesses remain sexual beings, capable of experiencing wonderful, intimate and satisfying sex lives. Having a successful and fulfilling sex life is every person’s human right, no matter what their physical circumstances.

Sex can be challenging at the best of times, however many additional obstacles are faced by those having to cope with chronic illnesses and/or injury. Spinal cord injury, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, stroke… the list of debilitating conditions is endless. Some obstacles are physical, some emotional, and some are based in ignorance and discrimination… And as challenging as such conditions can be, they need not result in a life without sex.


So what can a ManFocus Clinic sex therapist do to help?

Here at the ManFocus Clinic, we are dedicated towards helping all men and women overcome such challenges and to create sex lives that are erotic, pleasurable, intimate, fun, mind-blowing or whatever you choose your sex life to be.

We can:

  • Help you to discover new ways of experiencing sexual pleasure, no matter what your condition.
  • Teach you sexual positions that can maximise pleasure and can minimise pain or stress.
  • Show you how to use various sex toys and devices in way that maximises pleasure and sexual response.
  • Assist you in your dealings with other health practitioners.
  • Coach you through different relaxation methods that can help you to deal with pain or spasms during sex.
  • Teach you how to constructively and sympathetically discuss sex and disability issues with your partner.