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The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. It all starts with a dream. Yes, it is when a dream is pursued with immense passion, that we witness monumental achievements by individuals. PHYSIOTIMES is one such dream that has stood the taste of time and culminated into a national identity in the field of Indian Physiotherapy. Today as we complete seven years of service with this 42nd consecutive issue, I am running short of words to express our gratitude to you dear readers, for your incessant support and unremitting patronage. “Thank You” for being there. The cover story in this issue is a one-on-one discussion with Prof. Gillian Webb, an Australian physiotherapist with a five decade long career in physiotherapy. At 70, her energy and exuberance are palpable and her life story is a true example of how biological age is just a number for those who are passionate about their purpose in life. In this issue we bring to you a range of topics that not only focuses on different aspects of physiotherapy but also addresses some of the inherent qualities desired to be a successful physiotherapist. The highlight of the issue is the “POSTER DESIGN CONTEST.” Don’t miss out and make sure you participate and contribute in creating a pool of innovative strategies to bring awareness about physiotherapy in the general public and promote the profession. To sum up, I would say that don’t give up on your dreams. No matter how hard the situation is, continue to dream big. Because dreams do come true. Do write to us on feedback@physiotimes.com with your valuable comments & feedback.

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