William Haug Jr

William Haug Jr, MD

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Gender:
Male

Specialties

  • Medical Orthopedics
  • Orthopedics

Education

Medical Education

University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Residency

Duluth Family Practice Residency Program, Duluth, Minnesota

Fellowship

Montana Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship, Billings, Montana

Certifications

  • Board Certified by American Board of Family Practice
  • Board Certified Primary Care Sports Medicine

Biography

William Haug Jr., MD, enjoys learning about his patients and what is important in their lives. If his patients would like to return to an activity whether it be work, biking, walking, gardening or ultra distance endurance racing, Dr. Haug strives to make that happen. Dr. Haug serves on the North Dakota State Board of Medicine, and was a team doctor for the USA Ski Team from 2002-2007. Dr. Haug is an active supporter of Special Olympics, ARC Upper Valley and the BUDS (better understanding of Down syndrome) organization. He enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, being in the outdoors and staying active with winter bike racing, endurance races and kayaking.

Philosophy Of Medicine

“Having grown up in the Red River Valley, it is an honor to practice Sports Medicine at Altru Health System. I truly value learning more about each individual patient. Establishing trust enables us to set precise goals to improve their lives. Education regarding prevention, weight management, exercise programs or direct treatment of injuries all prove vital in the healing process. Through promotion of overall well-being, both our physical and emotional health may improve, thus enabling us all to lead more enjoyable and productive lives. It is humbling to know my patients entrust me with their care, and I am grateful for the opportunity to be present for them.” 

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