Corrective Therapy

The Hanwell medical staff take great care to make your treatment as enjoyable an experience as possible but pain and discomfort do sometimes go hand in hand with the necessary medical procedures as your clinical regime is developed.

It may be that your condition requires considerable restraint and the application of varying degrees of corporal punishment as your session continues. Such treatments, ranging from over-nurse’s-knee spanking through to heavy paddling, cropping or caning will, of course have been fully discussed with you as your treatment plan is drawn-up. It is not that the nurses want to hurt you: rather that such treatment is precisely what you need. The one certainty is that if a certain level of CP is thought to be required for your future sexual health, then the clinic staff will never flinch from applying such treatment. Nurse Despair is well-used to naughty, tearful patients begging for mercy, but appeals to her better nature are doomed to inevitable failure. Indeed, patients who make too much of a fuss as their treatment is applied may well find that the severity and number of the strokes is increased to compensate for the trouble they are causing. It is also true that Nurse sometimes finds her concentration slipping if patients whinge and whine and that on such occasions she may even lose count of the treatment applied. Such rare errors inevitably (and painfully) mean that the strokes will be started again from the beginning.