Taking inspiration and learnings from my internship live project at Studio 5B, I have conceived a self-sponsored research initiative aimed at exploring the requirements, prospects, and future directions to address the physiotherapy treatment needs of adults afflicted by lung cancer in India. The project confronts the significant challenge posed by lung cancer, which ranks as the fourth most prevalent cancer across various demographics in India. While established treatments such as surgery, chemotherapy, and radiotherapy play pivotal roles, the integration of physiotherapy as a supportive measure has garnered attention. By employing a mixed-method methodology, this study delves into the obstacles and patient prerequisites within lung cancer physiotherapy. The quantitative facet encompasses comprehensive literature reviews and a market analysis, shedding light on advantages and challenges. Simultaneously, qualitative techniques such as interviews with professionals and patients unravel barriers to adoption and factors influencing adherence, particularly within the intricacies of the Indian healthcare system. The research uncovers the limited awareness regarding the significance of lung cancer physiotherapy, diverse treatment methodologies, and patient misconceptions. Importantly, it underscores the necessity for knowledge dissemination, psychological support, and personalised rehabilitation strategies. These revelations offer valuable insights to stakeholders, guiding the development of patient-centric physiotherapy services tailored to the unique needs of Indian lung cancer patients.