Medical Director & Founder- Desert Medical Imaging
Chief of Radiology - American Medical Center, Shanghai, China
Dr. John F. Feller is a founding partner of Desert Medical Imaging, currently the owner and Medical Director of the practice. He is board-certified as a Diagnostic Radiologist with sub-specialties in Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Imaging, Body MRI, and holds a Level II Cardiac CT certification. Dr. Feller is also a partner in China’s first American-owned multi-disciplinary outpatient healthcare facility, and serves as director of radiology.
After completing a Bachelor’s degree in Metallurgical Engineering and Material Science at the University of Notre Dame, Dr. Feller graduated Summa Cum Laude from Ohio State University School of Medicine, then an internship, residency, and fellowship training at Stanford University School of Medicine.
Serving as a United States Air Force (USAF) officer, Dr. Feller was the Chief of MRI at the David Grant USAF Medical Center for four years, while maintaining an academic affiliation with Stanford as an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Radiology, an affiliation that lasted 15 years. Currently, Dr. Feller is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Loma Linda University’s Department of Radiology.
Dr. Feller has co-authored many peer-reviewed journal articles, and served as editor for the textbook Shoulder Magnetic Resonance Imaging. He has been invited to over 300 lectures on the subjects of orthopedic imaging, prostate cancer imaging, and body MR imaging.
Through partnerships with manufacturers of medical imaging technology, Dr. Feller has worked to develop new hardware and software for specific advanced imaging applications. Because of these partnerships, Desert Medical Imaging has the most cutting-edge technology available at any give time. In a first in the world outpatient facility recent innovation, Dr. Feller developed a prostate cancer detection and treatment program which uses MRI to guide biopsies of the prostate and MR-guided Focal Laser Ablation to detect and remove tumors on an outpatient basis, offers patients safe treatment with less recovery time and excellent outcomes.