192 Tilley Drive
South Burlington, VT 05403-4440
Travis Redman is an orthopedic physician assistant at the University of Vermont Medical Center. He specializes in treating patients with fractures and ligament/tendon injuries of the shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand, as well as carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome where there is pressure on the “funny bone” nerve, trigger finger, a condition which causes fingers or thumb to lock when bent, and Dupuytren’s disease, an abnormal thickening of tissue under the skin.
Travis chose a career in medicine because he loves to be continuously challenged and learning something new. He prides himself on developing strong relationships with his patients in order to give them the best care possible. His goal is to ensure each patient has their concerns addressed both accurately and in a timely manner so he can offer the most complete and speedy resolution to their problem. Travis wants his patients to enjoy the highest quality life they can, and he works diligently to ensure his care can play a positive role in that outcome.
Learn more about orthopedic care at the UVM Medical Center.
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- National Certification CorporationPA - National Certification Council of Physician Assist