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

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Open Surgery

Rotator Cuff Surgery Can Return Range of Motion

Rotator Cuff Surgery Can Return Range of Motion | Victorville General Surgeon
When that injury to the rotator cuff in your shoulder area continues to restrict your range of motion, and continues to cause you pain, after months of non-surgical treatments and therapy, surgery may be the reasonable solution. You do not have to live with the limited arm...
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Surgical Mesh or Stitches Only for your Hernia Repair?

Surgical Mesh or Stitches Only for your Hernia Repair? | Dr. Mobley Surgeon
Every year there are more than one million procedures performed for hernia repairs. The two surgical methods are open repair and laparoscopic repair. Both types of operations can involve surgical mesh or stitches only. But, the method most beneficial for your type of hernia will...
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Surgical Options for Your Operation

Surgical Options for Your Operation | Glendora General Surgeon Dr. Mobley
When you are going to have an operation, you will want to talk with your surgeon about the types of surgical procedures available for your particular situation. The three types of procedures currently used by most surgeons are traditional surgery that is also known as open...
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Inflamed Appendix? Don’t Wait for It to Burst

Inflamed Appendix? Don’t Wait for it to Burst | Victorville General Surgeon
If your family doctor has determined that you have appendicitis, an inflammation of your appendix that cannot be treated with medications, he will refer you to a Victorville General Surgeon on a priority basis for an appendectomy, the removal of your appendix. While most...
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Groin Hernias Are Not Just a Guy Thing

Groin Hernias are Not Just a Guy Thing | Victorville Surgical Procedures
The medical term for a groin hernia is inguinal hernia because the hernia develops when a part of the intestine pushes through a weak area in the abdominal wall at the inguinal canal near the groin. The big myth is that only males develop inguinal hernias. In fact, about 10...
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