Dr. Edmond graduated from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland in 1978. He completed his internship in Jervis Street and worked there in Casualty and as a Psychiatry Registrar for a number of years as well as working in Loughlinstown, Crumlin and the Rotunda. He also worked as a General Practitioner in Canada before setting up the Gleneagle Clinic in 1985.
He has a Diploma in Child Health and Obstetrics. He worked part-time in the Dublin Well-Woman Centre for 20 years.
He is very interested in nutrition and mental health and attended a Walsh Outreach Programme in Sydney in 2006 that led him to start investigating and treating patients for epigenetic aspects of mental health. He gave a lecture about this to the European Society of General Practitioners in 2012 in Vienna.
His other main interest is in Low Dose Naltrexone, a treatment for pain and immunomodulation which saw him recognised by Norwegian Television with a documentary in 2013.