Chris R. Goll, MD

Board-Certified Orthopedic Surgeon | Hand Reconstructive Surgery Specialist

gollFormerly with Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Dr. Goll specializes in reconstructive surgery of the hands and fingers, advanced treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome, and many other orthopedic conditions affecting the hand, wrist, or elbow. Dr. Goll has received the William F. Enneking Award for Outstanding Medical Student in the field of Orthopedics, as well as the Edward Jelks Outstanding Resident Clinician Award. As a medical student and resident, he was the sole representative for students on the Florida Medical Association Board of Governors.


Medical Degree

  • University of Florida College of Medicine — Graduated with Honors for Special Achievement, Gainesville, FL

Orthopedic Surgery Residency

  • University of Florida at Shands Jacksonville — Chief Resident, Jacksonville, FL

Hand and Microvascular Surgery Fellowship

  • Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN


  • Board-Certified, American Board of Orthopedic Surgery

Professional Affiliation

  • Candidate Member, American Society for Surgery of the Hand
  • Candidate Member, American Association for Hand Surgery



Patients that Inspire

“As an avid golfer, my wrist injury was very troublesome. I worried about playing again. Dr. Goll explained the necessary surgical procedure very well and encouraged all of my questions. He took his time to make me feel comfortable. I am very pleased with my results and I am happy to be golfing again! I’d happily recommend Dr. Goll to anyone needing a hand specialist.”

-Genevive H.

“The simple things like holding a phone, driving a car, vacuuming, typing or even drying my hair all became difficult because of my Advanced Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Hesitant about surgery, I put off any treatment for years. Dr. Chris Goll treated my condition conservatively for a year, and then when the time came, he recommended a Carpal Tunnel Release. The surgery relieved my symptoms and my results are great. The numbness and pain are gone from my hand and wrist. Now I can get back to my job and living pain-free!”

-Kristine H.

Shaun Janse van Rensburg, DC

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