How we started

How We started

Nameer Haider, M.D. is Director of Interventional Pain Management at the KillPain LLC and  Minimally Invasive Pain Institute .  He performs Halo360®  Degree Neurostimulator Implantations to treat chronic headaches and migraines using the ground-breaking Boston Scientific Spectra System.

The Halo360®  migraine procedure is a revolutionary innovative surgical technique that provides long-lasting relief for people who suffer from chronic, debilitating headaches. The procedure is based on neurostimulation, which has been used for more almost 50 years to treat chronic pain. Dr. Haider, a board certified interventional pain surgeon, is the first in the world to successfully perform and offer this procedure to patients.

Dr. Haider is the Founder of KillPain LLC, KillMigraine and Minimally Invasive Pain Institute, with offices in Northern Virginia, Washington DC, and New York. He uses cutting edge technology in the treatment of pain. His area of expertise is in minimally invasive therapies for the treatment of Pain of Spinal and Skeletal origin. Treatments provided include Foraminotomy, Percutaneous and Endoscopic Laser MicroDiscectomy, Kyphoplasty, Radiofrequency Ablation Rhizotomy, Surgical implantation of Spinal Cord Stimulators, Peripheral Neurostimulators, and Implantable Intrathecal Pumps.

Dr. Haider presents his research at international surgical conferences and his abstracts have appeared in leading publications. He is licensed to practice medicine and surgery in 5 states, and holds clinical/surgical privileges at seven hospitals, including Georgetown University Medical Center, George Washington University Medical Center, and Virginia Hospital Center.

He leads a free seminar on Migraine Headaches and the Halo360° Procedure. To register, call 1-888-KILLPAIN (1-888-545-5724) or visit

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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