Physio student here(physical therapist in the states) . Probably should pass whichever routine you end up with, after input from the forum, by your therapist to make sure you are getting the best results.
For example seeing as you have hyper kyphosis of the thoracic where you are rounded forwards, pressing movements or chest flyes will strengthen structures anteriorly/at the front, tightening up and pulling you further into kyphosis, potentially worsening your issue. I see that you’ve put both pulling and pushing kind of movements in your program so in all likelihood these will cancel each other out i.e. no change in posture. A focus on pulling movements and thoracic extension will be of great benefit.
Your physical therapist can suggest exercises such as lunges to substitute with step ups giving the threefold benefit of: Opportunity to Practice and Improve Knee Tracking for Valgus Knees, Stretching the Hip Flexors (contributing to Anterior Pelvic Tilt) and retaining all the benefits of step ups. Well… at least that would be my suggestion.
Practicing as good of a posture you can manage at all times is also invaluable. Standing, sitting or wherever a quick self check of your posture and correction can over time work to reverse the effects of poor posture. Unfortunately it works the other way too so if you retain or fall back into old habits you’ll be setting yourself back and undermining the effort you’ve put into exercising and such.
If you’ve anyway questions pls feel free to ask.