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Corrective exercise can be safe when performed correctly and under the guidance of a qualified professional such as a corrective exercise specialist or personal trainer. They are designed to address specific muscle imbalances and movement dysfunctions, and can help improve overall function and reduce the risk of injury. However, it’s important to note that people with certain medical conditions or injuries may not be able to perform certain exercises, so it’s always a good idea to consult with a healthcare professional before starting a corrective exercise program. However, just like any physical activity, there’s a risk of injury if the exercises are not performed correctly or if they are too advanced for the individual’s current fitness level. That’s why it’s important to work with a qualified professional who can design a program that is appropriate for your specific needs and can provide guidance on proper form and technique. In general, it’s important to start with exercises that are low impact and progress gradually to more challenging exercises as you progress and adapt. It’s also important to listen to your body and stop if you experience any pain or discomfort.