In 2008, Amanda found herself enduring a personal and tragic accident while on a camping trip with her husband and friends. She sustained a dislocation to her coccyx and significant damage to the muscles, tendons and ligaments of her pelvic floor after a 40 foot fall.
“ I hit the water in a seated position and had to be fished out of the river by my husband like a bug out of a pool, I couldn’t sit for several months. ”
Fortunately, Amanda saw a pelvic physical therapist who used a comprehensive evaluation, manual techniques and exercises to completely cure her within six months. She healed without further issues, and went on to deliver two baby boys naturally.
“ I feel that Intimate Rose fills a tremendous role in the market, providing the highest quality product”
Dr. Amanda’s expertise combined with the innovation of Aaron Wilt, CEO of Intimate Rose, resulted in the creation of the Intimate Rose dilators and pelvic wand. Using his original proprietary medical grade silicone which she acknowledged was a “game changer”, together they knew the dilators and wand could advance and support millions of women in pain.
Dr. Amanda also curated many of the other Intimate Rose products including the balm which is made 20 minutes from her hometown of Portland, OR.
“ I feel good recommending these products to my patients, because they are everything that I would want or use in my own home ”
Aaron Wilt is a husband, father, entrepreneur, mentor, and author. He has developed several brands within the healthcare industry, viewing this contribution as a way of giving back since he has overcome health challenges himself, including Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.
It is important to Aaron to develop brands that offer significant support and solutions to others’ health challenges, as well as to financially support many health organizations including St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. Aaron is also well known for having a strong passion and commitment to being a sports coach and mentor.
The Intimate Rose Mission
Intimate Rose is known for their best-selling bladder-control and pelvic care products such as the recent Mom’s Choice Award winner, Kegel Exercise System, and the most trusted brand of silicone dilators available on the market. The 8 gradual sizes of dilators with BPA Free, nonstick, medical grade silicone are perfect for women struggling with vaginismus, pain during sex or vaginal exams, vulvodynia, vaginal stenosis, menopause, or affirming their gender.
The Intimate Rose kegel weights, covered in smooth body-safe silicone, have provided women with the confidence to play with their children, run marathons, and enjoy laughter filled retirement without embarrassing bladder leakage or pelvic prolapse issues. Both the Intimate Rose dilators and weights are used in Academy of Pelvic Health training courses.
Support the cause
It is important for women to know they are not alone and there's no need to suffer in silence. Intimate Rose provides a safe community that supports millions of women worldwide through medically insightful research, videos, seminars, and empathetic dialogue through private and public social groups and events.
Intimate Rose is also committed to empowering women to take control of their pelvic health and the conversations surrounding it. Intimate Rose believes it is their privilege to be a leader in fostering a cultural advancement to remove the taboo nature of topics surrounding sensitive health issues and to help women dispel basic myths. It’s time to get the word out.
Millions of women can now be empowered to break free from the issues that prevent them from doing what they love. Dr. Amanda has brought out into the open topics that are real and require life changing solutions and support.
The Intimate Rose Pelvic Health Network supports a community of patients and health care professionals. We match women with outstanding pelvic health providers in their area for the benefit of them both. We offer support, samples, education materials, monthly research data, and more as soon as a health care provider enters our system and are inducted into the Pelvic Health Network (PHN). Just some of the professionals supported by the PHN include, but are not limited to: