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

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Recovery

Time to Remove those Skin Cysts

Time to Remove those Skin Cysts | Dr. Mobley Victorville General Surgeon
When the cyst, or cysts, on your head, face, ear, neck, arms, legs, or upper body, has become large, red, swollen, painful, or infected, the worst thing you can do is to try to squeeze or pop open the cyst. This does not remove the cause of the cyst and may well further irritate...
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Surgical Stitches Keep It All Together

Surgical Stitches Keep It All Together | Victorville Medical Procedures
Before your scheduled surgery, you’ll have several office visits with your Victorville or Glendora General Surgeon. During these appointments, you and your surgeon will discuss the details of your operation. The details will include: Any pre-surgery tests Laboratory work If there...
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Vasectomy Reversal Procedure

Vasectomy Reversal Procedure | Dr. Mobley High Desert General Surgery
The surgical procedure to reverse a vasectomy is the same operation for someone who is sterile due to a genital tract obstruction that is not related to a prior vasectomy. Whatever your personal reason is for having this type of surgery, your Glendora General Surgeon will...
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Shoulder Impingement Syndrome? There’s a Treatment for That

Shoulder Impingement Syndrome? There’s a Treatment for That | Dr. Mobley Surgeon
When the pain that you have been experiencing in your shoulder has been diagnosed with Shoulder Impingement Syndrome, and non-surgical treatment has provided no relief, your doctor may decide that surgery is the best option to recover pain-free movement. You will be referred to...
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How to Eliminate Abdominal Adhesions (Scar Tissue Banding)

How to Eliminate Abdominal Adhesions (Scar Tissue Banding) | Victorville General Surgery
When groups of internal scar tissue band together, the result is an abdominal adhesion. While most people believe that internal scar tissue is formed after surgery, there is no hard-and-fast rule for the formation of the initial scar tissue itself. Scar tissue is what develops...
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