Dr Redmond is a rehabilitation medicine physician who has worked at Royal Rehab Private Petersham since 1998, and has been a Visiting Medical Officer since 2004.
She loves her work and is inspired by the stories and achievements of those she cares for. She has a wide range of skills including, stroke and neurological rehabilitation, pain management, multi-trauma, orthopaedic and aged care rehabilitation. She helps run the NeuroRehab Clinic and Sydney Stroke Rehabilitation Centre at Royal Rehab Private Petersham. She is a senior staff specialist at the Brain Injury Service, Liverpool Hospital and runs the multidisciplinary Spasticity Management Service there, specialising in botulinum toxin injections for spasticity.
Dr Redmond is a conjoint lecturer at the University of NSW in the School of Public Health and Community Medicine, teaching environmental health to medical students. She volunteers for Doctors for the Environment Australia, advocating for strong action on climate change in order to protect human health. Numerous public talks include her TEDx talk on health and climate change. She loves trail-running, cycling and gardening.