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



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...

Don’t Live with Kidney Stones When Relief Is Available

Don’t Live with Kidney Stones when Relief is Available | Victorville Surgery
If you have kidney stones, you have a lot of company. Nearly 10 percent of the population suffers from this condition. Kidney stones are mostly created from calcium, but they can also develop from uric acid or from struvite (magnesium ammonium phosphate) crystals related to...

Vasectomy – The Ideal Male Birth Control

Vasectomy - The Ideal Male Birth Control | Victorville Surgical Procedures
A vasectomy is a safe and effective procedure for birth control once you have decided that you do not want to have any, or any more, children. A vasectomy is a minor surgical operation that is performed in less an hour on an out-patient basis in your Victorville General Surgeon’s...

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...

Sick to Your Stomach? It Might Be a Hiatal Hernia

Sick to your stomach? It might be a Hiatal Hernia | Victorville General Surgeon
Hiatal hernias can develop in both genders and at any age. There are two types of Hiatal hernias; the sliding hiatal hernia and the para-esophageal hernia. A sliding hernia occurs when the point where the esophagus and stomach meet actual slide upward through the hiatus, an...