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There are many different types of corrective exercises, as the specific exercises used will depend on the individual’s needs and goals. Some examples of corrective exercises include: Core strengthening exercises: These exercises focus on strengthening the muscles of the trunk and core, such as the transverse abdominis, rectus abdominis, and obliques. Examples include planks, bird dog, and dead bug exercises. Scapular stabilization exercises: These exercises focus on strengthening the muscles that support the shoulder blade (scapula), such as the serratus anterior and the lower trapezius. Examples include wall slides, and prone T- raises Gluteal strengthening exercises: These exercises focus on strengthening the muscles of the hips, such as the glutes. Examples include bridges, clamshells, and hip thrusts. Hamstring stretching: These exercises focus on stretching the muscles of the back of the thigh, such as the hamstrings. Examples include seated forward bend and standing hamstring stretch. Thoracic spine mobilization: These exercises focus on improving mobility in the upper back, such as thoracic spine extension and rotations. Lower body exercises: These exercises focus on strengthening the muscles of the legs, such as the quadriceps, hamstrings, and calves. Examples include squats, lunges, and calf raises. Neck and upper back exercises: These exercises focus on stretching and strengthening the muscles of the neck and upper back, such as the upper trapezius, levator scapulae, and scalenes. Examples include neck retraction and cervical rotation exercises. It is important to note that the specific exercises used will depend 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.