John Redmond, MD

Dr. Redmond is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Medical School. He then completed his residency in Orthopedic Surgery at Mayo Clinic. Following residency he completed a fellowship in advanced hip surgery and minimally invasive joint replacements in Chicago. While at Mayo Clinic, Dr. Redmond received the Joseph M Janes Award for compassion, competence, and devotion to the specialty of Orthopedics. He also received the Mayo Clinic Award for Knowledge in Orthopedics, the Mayo Clinic Award for Clinical Competency, and the Mayo Clinic Trauma Resident of the Year. During fellowship Dr. Redmond served as team physician for Hinsdale High School, the WNBA Chicago Sky, and the Joffrey Ballet.

Dr. Redmond’s training and passion is with diagnosing conditions and injuries of the hip as well as the knee.  Dr. Redmond was formerly an assistant professor at Mayo Clinic Florida and also served at Nemours Children’s Hospital, providing complex surgical care for hip disease. He has been actively engaged with research over the past few years and has published over 40 research articles, educating the community about hip conditions and diseases, as well as, lecturing internationally on minimally invasive approaches to hip surgery.

His practice specializes in hip and knee replacements and complex hip disorders.  He utilizes the most cutting edge techniques and technology to effectively treat his patients, including muscle sparing joint replacements and the direct anterior hip approach.  Dr. Redmond strives to provide the most comprehensive care while preserving as much of the patient’s joint as possible.

Medical Degree

  • University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis, MN

Orthopedic Surgery Residency

  • Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

Fellowship, Advanced Hip Surgery and Minimally Invasive Joint Replacement

  • American Hip Institute, Westmont, IL


  • Board Certified, American Board of Orthopedic Surgery (ABOS)


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