Dr. McNutt earned his BA at Austin College (Cum-Laude) in Sherman, Texas and his MD at the University of Texas Health Science Center. After graduating, he completed an internship at the University of Colorado Health Science Center in Psychiatry, and his residency in Neurology was completed at the University of Colorado Health Science Center.
He has published articles on west nile encephalitis and neurological complications of toxic ingestion.
Dr. McNutt is a Diplomat with the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Level II Certified through the Colorado Dept. of Labor.
Dr. McNutt lives in the Denver area with his daughter Emma. He enjoys yoga, fly fishing, and snowboarding.
Dr. Round is a native of Colorado and the Chief of the Department of Neurology at Rose
Medical Center. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of Colorado
School of Medicine.
Dr. Round earned his BA in Biology from the University of Denver and his MD at the
University of Colorado School of Medicine. He completed an internship in internal
medicine at St. Vincent's Medical Center in New York and a Residency in neurology at
Los Angeles County Hospital/USC. He subsequently trained in neuromuscular disease as
the Muscular Dystrophy Association Clinical Fellow at the University of Southern
California Neuromuscular Center, Hospital of the Good Samaritan.
It is worth noting that, for 14 years, Dr. Round's peers have voted him as one of
Denver's top neurologists (according to 5280 Magazine's annual "Top Docs" publication).
He is a physician member of the Institutional Research Review Board at Rose Medical
Center/HealthOne, a Diplomat with the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and
he holds a Level II Certification with the Colorado Dept. of Labor.
Dr. Round is married and has one daughter and two sons.
Dr. Stambuk earned his BA in Molecular Biology and History of Art from the University of
California, Berkeley. He completed an internship in internal medicine and residency in
neurology at Washington University in St. Louis. He was awarded the Irwin Levy Prize in
Neurology and Neurological Surgery. He also achieved a master's degree in Neuroscience
with research interest in Parkinson's disease and dystonia. He completed additional
fellowship training in neuromuscular diseases with an emphasis in electromyography
and nerve conduction studies. He has published articles on peripheral neuropathy,
dystonia, and botulinum toxin.
Dr. Stambuk is a Diplomat with the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology with subspecialty
board certification with Added Qualifications in Clinical Neurophysiology.
Dr. Stambuk is married and has two daughters.