Dr. Victoria D. Knoll is a board certified and fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon specializing in treating medical conditions of the hand and wrist. She has extensive experience in providing surgical and non-surgical treatment for:
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Hand and wrist fractures
Sports injuries of hand and wrist
Wrist pain etc.
Dr. Knoll received his bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Oklahoma State University. After that, he completed M.D. from University of Kansas School of Medicine. Her surgical internship was completed at Parkland Hospital, Dallas, TX. Dr. Knoll went on to University of Washington School of Medicine to complete hand and microvascular surgery fellowship. She has also received a Certificate of Added Qualification (CAQ) in hand surgery.
Dr. Knoll has been a member of the committee for physician peer review at Surgery Center of Plano and Associated Arthroscopy Institute (now known as Baylor Surgicare of Plano). Presently, Dr. Knoll also serves for the OrthoTexas’ ‘Risk Management Committee.’ She also provides care for hand trauma at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Plano.
Dr. Knoll enjoys spending time with her family and friends, playing basketball, jogging, snow and water skiing.