Safety References

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ESINEM’s course is a must-read for responsible practitioners—it covers the types of injuries one can acquire during bondage, anatomy, areas to avoid, warning signs, and techniques for prevention.

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“Bondage can be sensual & fun, but it can also be risky & dangerous. We think information is sexy! What follows are some basic aspects of risk aware consent. Many gray areas are not addressed here – attend classes and study more about bondage!”
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RVARope.com generously shares their research and experience in this page, including some interactive infographics. 

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This detailed and informative flyer from the now disbanded Place des Cordes remains a handy guide for both newbies and experienced practitioners who need to brush up on their human anatomy.

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There’s an entire menu category dedicated to Nerves and Nerve Damage on RemedialRopes. I highly encourage you to go through them when you have the time.

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How do we tell it apart from other issues?

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If it so happens that the damage is done, what steps can we take to take care of our partner?

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Lightwriter_nl: From time to time I get questions from rope enthusiasts about the management of rope induced nerve injury. This writing is a longer version of my view as a MD.

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