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This article highlights the challenges physiotherapy teachers face in India and explores potential solutions to improve their working conditions. The challenges include a lack of recognition and support within the education system, financial constraints, heavy workloads, limited research and professional development opportunities, outdated curricula, and the absence of a clear career progression pathway. Efforts are being made by professional associations, institutions, and policymakers to address these challenges, with a focus on advocating for recognition, infrastructure improvement, enhanced research opportunities, and better policies. Collaboration among stakeholders, investment in research, interdisciplinary teamwork, and addressing low-quality institutions are crucial steps toward positive change.

The article concludes by emphasizing the need for collective commitment to ensure that physiotherapy teachers receive the necessary support, recognition, and resources for delivering quality education and contributing to the field.

Keywords: Physiotherapy Teachers, Challenges, India

The Journal publishes original papers, current concepts, reviews and other articles relevant to physiotherapy with the aim to promote advances in research in the field of Physiotherapy. It also provides an opportunity for the expression of individual opinions on healthcare." with "The journal aims to promote research advances in the field of physiotherapy by publishing original papers, current concepts, reviews, and other relevant articles. In addition, it provides a platform for individuals to express their opinions on healthcare.

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