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Corrective exercise can be done at home, as well as in a gym or with the guidance of a professional. Some corrective exercises are simple and can be done with minimal equipment and can be done at home. Examples include exercises such as wall slides, planks, and bird dog. However, some corrective exercises may require specialized equipment and may be better suited to be done in a gym setting. It’s also important to note that some exercises may require proper form and execution to be effective, and it may be beneficial to have a professional guide you through the exercises to ensure that you are performing them correctly and safely. It is best to consult with a qualified professional such as a corrective exercise specialist to determine the appropriate exercise program for your specific needs. A corrective exercise specialist can design an individualized exercise program that can be done at home or in a gym, and can also provide guidance and instruction on how to properly perform the exercises. Additionally, a corrective exercise specialist can also provide modifications to exercises that can be done at home if you don’t have access to equipment. If you are new to exercise, it’s always best to start with a small number of exercises and gradually increase the number of exercises and the intensity as you progress. It’s also important to listen to your body and stop if you experience pain or discomfort.