August 9, 20200

On the 8th of September, the Nigeria Center for Disease Control has confirmed 453 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria with a total 46,140 confirmed, 33,044 discharged and 942 deaths.

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There is no doubt that its a challenging time for all of us as we continue to get our lives back gradually. In all we must nor despair or give up on our beliefs and aspirations. We must be strong and seek to rebuild our lives back and forge ahead to the goals we all set for ourselves.

We must also continue to observe all the protocols laid down by the Federal and States Ministry of Health, Nigeria and also the Nigeria Center for Disease Control on strict observance of ways we can control and stem the tide of the deadly Coronavirus Covid19. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is caused by a virus that spreads through droplets released when an infected person coughs or sneezes. A person can become infected with the virus by being in close contact (within 2 metres) of an infected person. Infection can also spread by touching a surface or object that an infected person coughed or sneezed on.

The following symptoms may develop within 14 days after exposure to COVID-19:

• Cough
• Shortness of breath or difficulty in breathing
• Fever
• Sore throat
• Body pain
• Recent loss of taste or smell
• Runny nose/catarrh
• Fatigue (tiredness)

Droplets (respiratory secretions) produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes can cause transmission of the virus particularly when there is close contact (less than 2 metres)
with an infected person. The risk increases the longer someone has close contact with an infected person. There are two routes by which people could become infected:
– Secretions can be directly transferred into the mouths or noses of people who are nearby (less than 2 metres)
– By touching a surface or object such as a doorknob that has been contaminated with respiratory secretions and then touching own mouth, nose, or eyes

Image Credit: US CDC


To ensure your safety and exposure to Covid19, we have taken the following measures to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 in all our clinics;

• We have provided handwashing facilities/alcohol-based sanitisers to promote thorough and frequent handwashing, with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
• Ensure extensive temperature checks on entry into the clinics
• Mandate the use of non-medical face mask/covering for all staff and patients and their family members at all times
• Develop physical distancing strategies within the office or business environment to safeguard the health and safety of employees, in line with guidelines set out by the NCDC

We implore all patients and their family members visiting our clinics to continue to observe all the protocols and guidelines by NCDC to keep all of us safe.

Wear your mask always, keep physical distance, wash your hands and also sanitize them.

Remember, we have made improvement to the time our patients and new clients can get access to our highly specialized physical rehabilitation programs. You can visit our clinics now on these days.

Monday-Friday 8.00 am-5pm

Saturday 9.00am -2.00pm

Sunday Closed.

If you need assistance in booking for an appointment, please call these numbers : 08139491652/ 08055463055

TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT, CALL 0813 949 1652 / 0805 546 3055

Ageless Physiotherapy Clinic: Physical Rehabilitation Center for Children and Aged is the best and leading private physiotherapy clinic in Lagos, Nigeria.


19B, Ogundana Street
Hilton Bus Stop, Allen Avenue
Ikeja, Lagos

2, Yusuf Okunade Close,
Idi Iroko Estate,
Maryland, Lagos.


1, Ajiran Road,
Agungi Bus Stop,
Lekki Epe Expressway
Lekki, Lagos.


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