The shape of the spinal chord

The human body can be considered as a complex machine that has different laws and rules prescribed for each of its part to be performed by them, and hence these together sum up to form a human body. Or it may be considered as an organization of different body parts coming together to serve an organizational goal that happens to provide assistance to the human survival. Therefore, the body parts are highly complex and are suited for their own actions based on their functions and roles to be performed. To grab a thing we do have five fingers and a nose to smell the things. Similarly, the spinal chord, or the vertebrae of the human body, is more like a shape that resembles the business cycles in economies. The shapes of the spinal chord is outwards and then onwards and then again outwards, and this goes on.


The inner curvature of the spinal cord is known as lordosis curve, while the outer curvature is known as the kyphosis curvature. The spinal cord is curved with these curvatures at the alternative locations, and hence it is highly imperative for a person to keep them in their natural position.


However if a person seems to have developed an excessive degree of any of the lordosis or kyphosis curvature, the posture problems arise and these can only be solved with posture braces. The correctors are known to restore the shape of the spinal cord in their original position with the help of the concept that the muscles of the human body learn, which is known as muscle memory. All the motor memory is created with the muscles and hence the best posture brace derive the best use of the same, helping the person to repair its own extensively complex machinery.