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Yes, corrective exercise can be done in conjunction with other types of exercise, such as cardiovascular exercise and strength training. In fact, it is often recommended to include corrective exercises as a part of a comprehensive exercise program that includes cardiovascular exercise and strength training. Cardiovascular exercise, such as running, cycling, or swimming, can help improve cardiovascular health and endurance, while strength training can help build muscle and improve overall fitness. Corrective exercises, on the other hand, can help address muscle imbalances, asymmetries, and poor movement patterns, which can improve movement quality, prevent injuries, and enhance athletic performance. It is important to note that the specific exercises used and the order in which they are performed will depend on the individual’s needs and goals. 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. It is also important to make sure to perform the corrective exercises before starting the main workout, as this will help prepare the body for the workout, and prevent any potential injury.