Dr Elijah Mobley
Victorville: 760-241-6201
Glendora: 626-852-4400

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Obesity

Nutritional Management and Exercise after Weight Loss Surgery

Nutritional Management and Exercise after Weight Loss Surgery | Glendora Surgeon
Now that your weight loss surgery is over, you’ll want to know what types of foods and exercises will help to get, and keep, the excess pounds off. Your Glendora General Surgeon will work with you to develop a nutritional management and exercise plan that will help you lose...
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Types of Surgery to Remove Sagging Skin after Weight Loss

Types of Surgery to Remove Sagging Skin after Weight Loss | Victorville Surgeon
Losing 100 or more pounds after Bariatric surgery can leave you healthier on the inside, but there will be an excessive amount of loose, sagging skin remaining due to the loss of skin elasticity. Lose skin can be uncomfortable and bacteria can collect in the folds. The most...
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Here are the Basics of Gastric Sleeve Surgery for Weight Loss

Here are the Basics of Gastric Sleeve Surgery for Weight Loss | Victorville Surgeon
No one intentionally sets out to be obese. Not only do you feel uncomfortable in your own body, but obesity is a contributing factor to some health problems such as diabetes, heart ailments, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and depression. Your family doctor can refer you...
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Here’s the Skinny on Lap-Band Weight Loss Surgery

Here’s the Skinny on Lap-Band Weight Loss Surgery | Surgeon Dr. Mobley
Severely obese people know that when dieting and exercising fails to produce positive results, weight loss surgery, also known as Bariatric surgery, may be their only solution. Obesity is rarely an isolated situation, it is often associated with, or contributes to, other health...
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Is Obesity a Disease?

Is Obesity a Disease?
Recently, the American Medical Association declared that obesity is a disease. However, the term obesity can be hard to define and to decipher. The condition of being obese is not caused by one particular thing, and its causes can vary based on the patient.
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