Ncedo Ludada

Ncedo Ludada is a qualified prosthetist, Orthotist, and CEO at Ludada and Associates. Mr Ludada’s interest in the field developed over the years and more so when he was awarded a scholarship to study in Tanzania. This was an excellent and exciting opportunity for him because his love for the field ensued.

In 2009 he received his BSc in Prosthetics and Orthotics at Tumaini University in Tanzania. Before this, he focused on his Master’s in Business Administration through Regenesys Business School, which he is still in the process of completing...


Kuseni Mthokozisi

Kuseni Mthokozisi is a highly organised, dedicated certified Medical Orthotist and Prosthetist, with a proven ability of improving people's lives living with disabilities. Mthokozisi has a Bachelor's degree in Medical Orthotics and Prosthetics and possesses strong interpersonal skill and outstanding approach to patients during clinical, manufacturing and fitting orthotic and prosthetc devices. Kuseni Mthokozisi always ensures a great comfortability when delivering a service to patients. He has 2 years of experience as an intern at Bedford Orthopaedic Hospital.


Francis Kwahene

Francis Kwahene is a qualified chartered accountant registered with The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA). Francis received a postgraduate diploma in Higher Education Studies at the University of Cape Town and completed an MCOM, Accounting Sciences degree through the University of Pretoria. In addition, Francis has a BCom through the University of Cape Town and a Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting as well.

Being passionate about education and teaching, Francis occupied senior-level positions for over ten years as a senior lecturer, head of department and Faculty Dean...


Alatha Ndlebe

As a qualified chartered accountant registered through SAICA, Alatha Ndlebe was appointed at Deloitte, one of the world's largest auditing and financial consulting companies. Alatha holds a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce with a distinction in Accounting Management and a postgraduate Diploma in Accounting from the University of Cape Town. In addition, he completed a Master’s in Philosophy in Development Finance cum laude through the University of Stellenbosch in Business School. He also holds a qualification in blockchain through the University at Buffalo and Data Analysis at Rice University through Coursera...



Nelisiwe Mehlomakulu is a self-motivated secretary at Ludada and Associates Orthopaedic Services. She graduated with a Diploma in Internal Auditing through Walter Sisulu University (WSU). Nelisiwe handles the day-to-day duties of the practice, such as bookkeeping, receiving and answering calls, recording appointments and welcoming walk-in patients, collecting debts and receiving stock. As a solution-driven individual, Nelisiwe is an integral part of the team; without her, the practice would not be what it is today.


Tshali Likhona

Likhona Tshali is a certified Orthotist and Prosthetist with a genuine interest in helping amputees regain mobility and confidence. Tshali has a Bachelor of health sciences degree in Medical Orthotics and Prosthetics and adopts a positive, patient-centred approach when manufacturing and fitting prosthetic and orthotic devices. Being punctual, empathetic,and a team player, Tshali ensures patients are always comfortable when attended to.



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Testimonial 1

When can I expect my device to be ready?

The timeframe depends on the materials used and an individual’s assessment/evaluation. Measuring or casting the residual limb to prepare the prosthetic depends on when the limb was lost. A recent amputee wears an elastic sock called a "shrinker” to bring down the swelling for two weeks. Only then can the prosthetist take measurements for the socket. After being measured, a diagnostic socket is worn for over a week. Should everything go well, we can prepare the prosthesis. We always remain in contact to inform you about the prosthesis status. Sometimes, several diagnostic fittings are done to ensure the prosthetic fits accurately. Orthotic devices can be purchased in mass because most of them are prefabricated, whereas others are designed according to requested specifications.

Testimonial 2

What shoes complement my orthosis (brace)?

Sneakers, takkies or any other type of flat walking shoe with velcro closures can be worn with a brace. Your shoe needs to have enough space to fit the brace inside. So choosing a shoe about half a size larger would be more comfortable.

Testimonial 3

Is it possible to drive with a brace?

You can speak to your family doctor or prosthetist/orthotist about driving with a brace. A prosthetist/orthotist can help you adjust your brace so that you can drive comfortably.

Testimonial 4

Do I need physical therapy and Or an Occupational Therapist?

The need for these differs in each case. For example, some patients require physical therapy after receiving an orthotic or prosthetic for gait training. While others need and Occupational therapist to improve activities of daily living when using a device.

Testimonial 5

Should a prosthetic hurt?

While it is normal to feel a bit of pressure radiating from the prosthetic socket near the limb, the prosthetic itself should not cause pain. However, if it does hurt, a prosthetist needs to evaluate the mechanics of the device to fit the prosthetic better.

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