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Corrective exercise can be used to address a variety of injuries, both acute and chronic. Some common injuries that can be addressed with corrective exercise include: Low back pain: Corrective exercise can help alleviate low back pain by strengthening the core and the muscles that support the spine. Knee pain: Corrective exercise can help alleviate knee pain by addressing muscle imbalances in the hips and legs that can contribute to knee pain. Shoulder pain: Corrective exercise can help alleviate shoulder pain by addressing muscle imbalances in the shoulders and upper back that can contribute to shoulder pain. Tennis elbow: Corrective exercise can help alleviate tennis elbow by addressing muscle imbalances in the forearm and elbow that can contribute to tennis elbow. Plantar fasciitis: Corrective exercise can help alleviate plantar fasciitis by addressing muscle imbalances in the feet and ankles that can contribute to plantar fasciitis. Headaches: Corrective exercise can help alleviate headaches by addressing muscle imbalances in the neck and shoulders that can contribute to headaches. Neck pain: Corrective exercise can help alleviate neck pain by addressing muscle imbalances in the neck and shoulders that can contribute to neck pain. Sciatica: Corrective exercise can help alleviate sciatica by addressing muscle imbalances in the lower back and hips that can contribute to sciatica. It is important to note that the specific injuries and conditions that can be addressed with corrective exercise will vary depending on the individual’s needs and goals, and that it is best to consult with a qualified professional such as a corrective exercise specialist to determine which exercises would be appropriate for you.