About the Doctor

Dr. Jennifer Redmond's interest in the world of Wellness began with a fascination with nutrition and natural remedies as a child and she couldn't have been happier when she discovered Chiropractic, a profession that combined her compassion for people and promoting a healthy lifestyle. She started working in a Chiropractic office right away as a receptionist and Chiropractic Assistant to gain experience in the world that would become her career, while completing two degrees at Raritan Valley Community College. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Excelsior College in Albany, New York and completed her doctorate at New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls, New York in 2003, where she was active in Student Government and the Chiroteach program. During her internship she pursued and completed a post-doctorate certification in Active Release Techniques and began her studies in Applied Kinesiology. As a result of completing her graduation requirements early, Dr. Redmond was granted the opportunity to have the unique experience of holding two separate externships simultaneously, one in Long Island with a focus on Pediatrics, and one focusing on Wellness care and Postural Retraining on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. After completing her externships and a brief stint working for a Chiropractic office in Northern New Jersey, Dr. Redmond opened her private practice in Bridgewater, New Jersey. In a relentless pursuit of knowledge and new ways to help her patients, Dr. Redmond learned about a revolutionary technique referred to as Neuroemotional Technique (NET). This technique allowed her patients to experience breakthroughs in their care and lives like they had never seen before.

In her spare time, Dr. Redmond continues to attend seminars to improve herself and her skills for the benefit of her patients. She also enjoys reading, healthy cooking, finding fun new ways to exercise, going on Mission trips, and spending time with the kids of Bound Brook Presbyterian church where she volunteers as a Youth Advisor. She's always looking for new ways to serve her community and her patients.