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Aaron Haug, MD

Aaron Haug, MD

Dr. Haug earned his undergraduate at Creighton University and then earned his medical degree at the University of Kansas. He completed neurology residency as well as fellowship in movement disorders at the University of Colorado, including a year as Chief Resident. His medical interests include Parkinson's disease, tremor, and other movement disorders, as well as deep brain stimulation (DBS) and botulinum toxin injections for the treatment of neurological conditions. Outside the office, he likes to spend time with his wife, run, ski, and follow Colorado Rockies baseball.
Care Philosophy

I believe in approaching each patient as an individual to understand their symptoms and create the best possible treatment.

Accepts most insurances. Please call the office to confirm your specific plan.

Botox for Movement Disorders

Botulinum Toxin

Cervical Dystonia

DBS Programming

Deep Brain Stimulation


Essential Tremor

Huntington's disease



Parkinson's Disease


  • Neurology - Primary - Board Certified
  • Fellowship: University of Colorado Denver - 2012
  • Internship: University of Colorado Denver - 2008
  • Residency: University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine - 2011
  • Graduate Degree: Doctor Of Medicine - University of Kansas School of Medicine - 2007
  • English
  • Swedish Medical Center
  • Rose Medical Center