Las Vegas's Premier Diagnostic Facility Shares Seven Strategies to Make Your Health a Priority in 2023

2023 is finally here, and people everywhere are setting new health goals and committing themselves to their New Year’s resolutions. As a practice, Desert Radiology believes your physical and mental wellness plays a large contributing factor to meeting your New Year’s resolution goals, and we believe making your health a priority in the new year is one of the best things you can do to stay on track. This month, we’ll be sharing seven wellness tips you can use to keep yourself healthy and ready to take on everything the new year brings your way.

How to Make Yourself a Priority When it Seems Like There’s No Time

As 2022 draws to a close and the holiday season sets in, it’s easy to get lost in the stress that comes with it. Our team at Desert Radiology understands how busy this time of the year can be, and we wanted to remind the Southern Nevada community to focus on their mental health in addition to everything else. This month our practice is sharing strategies to help you stay centered and less stressed this December.

An account of our Do-Gooders team and philanthropic endeavors over the years

November is a time of giving and celebrating those who mean the most to us. For Desert Radiology, the Southern Nevada community is at the center of what we do and the thing we love the most. For years, our team has worked with local organizations and hospitals to provide the best care to our patients and the community we service. This month, we’d like to reflect on our practice’s philanthropic history and remember some of the most incredible moments we’ve experienced helping others.

Southern Nevada’s Premier Diagnostic Imaging Provider Provides Insight on Breast Cancer Resources

At Desert Radiology, our mission is to help our community live long and healthy lives. Our practice accomplishes this by sharing timely information and valuable resources every month. Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we are taking this opportunity to share useful information for detecting, preventing and fighting back against one of the most common diseases affecting women today.

A Brief History of Desert Radiology's Role in the Growing Las Vegas Sports Scene

As the Las Vegas professional sports scene grows, so too do the medical needs of the Southern Nevada community. The athletes on professional teams are at a higher risk of injury due to their busy playing and training schedules, and they require the high level of professionalism and excellence Desert Radiology provides to keep them in the game. We have a history of working with Southern Nevada’s professional, amateur, and college athletic teams, and we believe partnering with these teams and their athletes is an honor for our practice. This month, we’d like to look back at some of our most noticeable accomplishments working with local sports teams and the privilege that came along with it.

Nevada's Leading Imaging Practice Share Top Resources to Help Kids Start the New School Year Strong

August is a busy month for parents, teachers, and childcare providers. Schools are returning to session, and National Awareness Immunization Month is encouraging parents to ensure their child is properly vaccinated against common childhood illnesses. To help with back-to-school preparations, the Desert Radiology team has taken this month to focus on back-to-school readiness for children and teens. We are passionate about the Southern Nevada community's health, and we are helping families start the new school year strong by sharing vaccine resources and a list of best child-health practices to get them ready for their first day back.

Using Advanced CT Scans and Thermal Technology to Eliminate Cancer Cells from Within

Each month, the Desert Radiology team educates our local community on health topics, best health practices and radiology industry advancements and procedures. This month, we are highlighting lung cancer because it’s one of the most common cancers that can occur in the body, and it’s the leading cause of mortality among cancer patients.

CT Virtual Colonoscopy: Screening for One of America's Deadliest Diseases

June is Men’s Health Awareness Month, and the Desert Radiology medical team has taken this opportunity to talk about screening for colon cancer, one of the leading causes of death for men in the United States. According to the American Cancer Society, 1 in 23 men are at risk of developing colorectal cancer during their lifetime.

Desert Radiology Educates Southern Nevada Community on Types of Strokes in Recognition of National Stroke Awareness Month

Every month, Desert Radiology is committed to educating the Southern Nevada community on common diseases, revolutionary imaging technologies and showing how our practice’s procedures play a role in bettering our patients’ lives. This month is National Stroke Awareness month, and the team here at Desert Radiology wanted to inform the community on the different types of strokes that can occur, how strokes are diagnosed using imaging techniques and how treatment differs based on the type of stroke a patient encounters.

The Group Behind the Heart of Our Practice

At Desert Radiology, we define the heart of our practice in a single word — community. Whether it be serving our patients through our talented medical staff or staying current on imaging trends, Desert Radiology is always finding ways to better the lives of the Southern Nevada community. April is National Volunteer Month, and we want to celebrate and acknowledge the team members that go above and beyond by donating their time and efforts to local charities and community-driven events, the DR Do-Gooders.

What Our Patients Are Saying About Us

“I can’t say enough about my experience at Desert Radiology. Everyone from the receptionist, to the nurses, to the PA, that did the procedure. I had to have a port put in, for chemotherapy. They were so kind and treated me, as if, I was there only patient. It meant so much, especially when you have to go through cancer treatment.”

Patricia Alaimo