Well protected within the spinal column the spinal cord is located. This main nerve cord connects the whole body to ists switchboard, the brain. From each vertrebra, filegree nerves lead to all internal organs, providing them with information.
If vertrebrae are slightly dislocated, nerves may be clamped, and organs are no longer sufficiently provided with information, which leads to dysfunctions and failures. With advanced curvature of the spine, the vertrebrae are extensivley stressed, which leads to abrasion and may even result in a herniated vertrebral disc.