Huma Haider, MD,
National Brain Injury Institute
Dr. Huma (pronounced OOO-mah) Haider (pronounced HAY-thur) was born and raised in Pakistan going to school in the Khyber Pass. She left home to finish her medical training in Chicago, Illinois. From there she made her way south to Houston, Texas.
She is the founder and CEO of the National Brain Injury Institute which now serves all 50 U.S. states. They specialize in helping patients get properly diagnosed and treated by providing objective diagnostic proof for patients with Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries.
She is a pioneer in the adaptation of a proprietary protocol that is now being used throughout the United States in conjunction with a 20 year-old MRI based diagnostic technology called Diffusion Tensor Imaging or D.T.I. for short.
She is Board Certified in Neurocritical Care, Anesthesiology and Headache Medicine. She is Board Eligible in Internal Medicine and has her Masters in Psychology.