Dr. Redmond's greatest strength is her skill as a diagnostician. Her insight, experience, specialized training and whole-horse approach give Dr. Redmond a unique advantage in reaching a diagnosis. Dr. Redmond is a member of the International Society of Equine Locomotor Pathologists.

ISELP is a program of advanced education in the field of equine lameness. This involvement provides Dr Redmond with up-to-date knowledge and techniques in the evolving field of equine sports medicine. Combining state-of-the-art techniques with expertise in chiropractic and acupuncture allows Dr. Redmond to perform a truly thorough exam and formulate a comprehensive treatment plan.

Dr. Redmond graduated 1st in her veterinary school class from Auburn University. During her time in veterinary school Dr. Redmond’s achievements included winning the Lloyds of London Equine Award, the Merck Veterinary Award, The Salsbury Foundation Scholarship, The Carroll Scholarship, The Hilmer Jones Endowment for Excellence Scholarship, and the High Scholastic Achievement Award from the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. Following veterinary school she completed an internship in surgery and lameness at the prestigious New Jersey Equine Clinic. Dr. Redmond’s private practice experience includes several years in Lexington, Kentucky working exclusively with Thoroughbred racehorses.

Trained in animal chiropractic at Options for Animals and Equine Acupuncture at the Chi Institute, Dr. Redmond has enjoyed combining these modalities with her background in lameness and performance medicine. Since 2008 she has been fortunate to have the opportunity to work with the legendary Dr. Stan Brown, a pioneer in the field of integrated medicine.

Born into a horse-oriented family, Dr. Redmond was raised in California and Kentucky. During high school and college, she was an active rider and competitor in low-level eventing. She continues to ride and compete currently and is an active member of the USEA, competing through Training level.

Dr. Redmond lives in Aiken year-round with her husband, Lewis Vannote, and their dogs and horses.