I think the junior physios who pass out are themselves to blame for this. This is a country of vast potential where private practice is concerned. The saturation in private practice is not as bad as in the other medical fields. There is a lot of potential. But the youngsters are not prepared to work towards this. Learning the ropes of private practice, having good clinical hands, need patience. Nowhere in this world can you get such proffessional satisfaction as in this country, if you have the patience to work towards it. Most of them lack the neccessary direction, and expect success soon after they pass out. The other medical collegues go all out to scan fields where suitable private practice can be set up, do a lot of PR. The young physios are neither good at PR, nor are they willing to go beyond the street they live in to set up a practice, nor are they willing to accept that every thing in the book does not translate to the realty in clinical practice. One must look within ourselves before blaming the system. What have you yourself done to change?