About us

Founder of Minimally Invasive Pain Institute (MIPI), Dr. Nameer Haider performs migraine procedures amongst various other minimally invasive surgeries.  Board-certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Interventional Pain Management, Dr. Haider has offices located in upstate New York and in Northern Virginia.
Dr. Haider received his medical doctorate from King Edward Medical University in Lahore, Pakistan and completed his surgery internship at East Carolina University School of Medicine in Greenville, North Carolina. His residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation was completed at Northshore University/Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New York. Dr. Haider completed his fellowship in interventional pain management at the Spinal & Skeletal Pain Institute in New York.
Dr. Haider has been practicing interventional pain management in New York state for over 10 years. He is board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation, pain medicine and interventional pain management. He uses advanced technologies in the treatment of pain, including minimally invasive implantation of neurostimulation for head pain. Dr. Haider continues research, publication and presentation to surgical conferences and his abstracts have appeared in several leading medical journals. He is licensed to practice in five states and holds clinical privileges at seven hospitals.

Our Mission:
To provide the highest level of care, using the most advanced techniques with an interdisciplinary approach, to restore optimal function and decrease pain, leading to a maximal quality of life.

How we’re different:
Dr. Nameer  Haider is a globally recognized and board certified interventional pain management specialist that has been using neuromodulation for over a decade to treat all varieties of pain disorders.  His expertise and efficient technique has gotten him to be nationally recognized  and published in numerous medical journals. Dr. Haider has served as a consultant and key note speaker to many device manufacturing companies. He regularly hosts seminars and teaches his neuromodulation techniquest to other physicians.

Patient Education
Dr. Haider and his dedicated staff will spend an appropriate amount of time with each individual patient to answer any and all questions or concerns that one might have about previous treatments and about the neuromodulation treatment . Patients are also free to attend seminars that will discuss the procedure and they can freely ask questions without a commitment to an office visit.
Numerous locations
Dr. Haider has office locations in upstate New York and throughout Northern Virginia and Washington D.C. Because of his innovative nature, all his offices have a contemporary design and feel to support his cutting edge technologies and procedures.

Causes and Symptoms:

Genetic factors and environmental surroundings could play a role in causing migraines.
Migraine headaches often begin in childhood through early adulthood.
The onset of a migraine can be caused by changes in interaction between the brainstem and pain pathways (such as the trigeminal nerve).
Chemical imbalances in the brain lead to drops in serotonin (chemical which helps regulate pain).
Low levels of serotonin are subsequently overpowered by neuropeptides sent to the outer part of the brain resulting in a headache.

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    Migraine attack symptoms:

  • Pain on one side of your head
  • Pulsating, throbbing pain
  • Sensitivity to light, sounds, and even smells
  • Nausea and vomiting

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