Dr Elijah Mobley
Victorville: 760-241-6201

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Los Angeles County

Uterine Fibroid Surgery

Uterine Fibroid Surgery | Victorville Dr. Mobley General Surgeon
Your personal physician has confirmed you have uterine fibroids that are not responding to conventional medications and recommends surgery to relieve your symptoms and to remove the fibroids. During your pre-operative consultation, your Glendora General Surgeon will review your...
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Ask These Important Questions Before Your Surgery

Ask These Important Questions Before Your Surgery | Dr. Mobley General Surgeon
Having surgery is a serious decision, and you want to be fully informed about the procedure before the day of the surgery. It is totally understandable that people will be nervous and even have a hundred questions running through their minds about their surgery. But, at the same...
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After Conventional Methods Fail, There is Surgical Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis

After Conventional Methods Fail, There is Surgical Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis
When you are experiencing pain in the heel area of your foot, and the situation has continued for more than six months, it may be a condition called Plantar Fasciitis. The plantar fascia is a ligament along the arch of the foot that reaches to the heel bottom and joins with the...
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Removing Excess Loose Skin after Bariatric Surgery

Removing Excess Loose Skin after Bariatric Surgery | Glendora General Surgeon
Now that you have lost all of that excess weight after your Bariatric surgery, you’ll want to remove all of the remaining loose skin around your lower abdomen. Your loose skin may hang like an extra fold over the lower stomach area and even extend over your genital area and...
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Breast Reconstruction Following Mastectomy

Breast Reconstruction Following Mastectomy | Glendora General Surgeon
Breast reconstruction is a surgery typically performed after a mastectomy or lumpectomy. Some women may have a new breast constructed using an implant to match the shape and size of their remaining breast, or they may use a flap of skin and tissues harvested from elsewhere in the...
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