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Medical Bondage - Fetish or Authentic?

When I talk about medical bondage, am I talking about fetish bondage, or authentic restraints? Is there really any difference? Or is it just the way you use it in your scenario? Let's have a deeper dive into #medfet bondage and how and why I use genuine, authentic medical restraints in my medical sessions.


Medical Restraints for Emergency Care


Some medical restraints can prevent further injury to patients during transport to hospital. These can include spinal boards, neck collars, and inflatable limb splints. They restrict movement and stay on the patient until they are x-rayed and checked over.


These restraints are rarely sexy, not being made from leather or rubber. They are usually foam, plastic, sometimes see through for easier assessment, easily cleaned or inexpensively replaced.


But they are genuine. Authentic. Real. Often what people experience for real, and they feel the thrill of restriction and safety, but ultimately total loss of control. They don't at the time, of course, in an actual life medical emergency, but maybe later...or they see it on 'Holby City' or 'ER' and they love the idea of restriction under the care of a nurse.


Medical Restraints for Physical or Mental Disorders


Medical restraints are also designed to prevent self harm, or harm to medical professionals in institutional settings. These are usually stronger, washable, and regulated.


Countries that manufacture these medical restraints restrict their sale to registered institutions to prevent misuse. Misuse can mean uneducated use that could cause harm, right up to detention and torture, which is obviously used to cause deliberate harm and distress.


These restrictions can mean that once you get your hands on a genuine Posey straitjacket, you feel as though you have won the lottery. If you are lucky enough to see one for sale in the UK, snap it up. It is possible to purchase from the United States via ebay, but I suspect they may get stopped by customs.



Posey straitjacket with neck brace. You can see the inflatable leg splints too.


Another jewel in my collection is my full set of leather Humane Restraint straps. These don't have locks, just a simple strap in a loop so that my patient can be easily and quickly released. You can wriggle all you want, but you are not going anywhere.



Nurse cuffs WPC with her own Hiatts
I think I am using Hiatt cuffs here (her cuffs) but you can clearly see the wrist restraint from Humane Restraints

Then there is Segufix, the German restraint system, which secures a patient but allows some movement for comfort and to comply with most jurisdictions. It's a beautiful piece of kit, where each strap is secured with a magnetic lock.


I use my Segufix system on a bed with a secure metal bed frame to ensure compliance and obedience. Yes, you can move, but not far, so just relax and accept and I'll deal with you later.



Patient is secured by Nurse
A still from one of my many films

Other medical restraints that I use in my clinic include:


  • Vacuum mattress

  • Inflatable limb air splints

  • Neck braces - authentic

  • Quick release soft ankle and wrist restraints

  • White rubber posture collar with adjustable splint

  • Posey lockable belts

  • Various white leather cuffs

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I do use #medfet restraints in my clinic for variety. These are often the same as restraints used in the dungeon, but they are made from white rather than black leather. But they are just not as well made or as evocative as the genuine article. Read about leather bondage here.



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