Meet Dr. Lloyd Mobley III
Dr. Mobley is a board-certified neurosurgeon. He received his medical degree at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center School of Medicine and completed his neurosurgical residency training at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Dr. Mobley was trained in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of disorders that affect the spinal column, brain, nervous system and peripheral nerves. His training included extensive exposure in minimally invasive and complex surgery techniques.
Dr. Mobley specializes in brain and spine tumors, minimally invasive spine surgery, degenerative spinal disorders, compression fractures, kyphoplasty, carpal tunnel syndrome and ulnar nerve compression, and all general neurosurgical procedures.
Dr. Mobley has received numerous honors. He is a member of the Alpha Omega Honor Medical Society for the exceptional, compassionate, and technical care he displays while handling his patients and their families. He has received awards for his medical research and for his professional and empathetic, comforting manner. He has served in various hospital and administrative positions including Neurotrauma Director, peer review committee member, and faculty at Rocky Vista University teaching both medical students and residents. He belongs to AANS, the scientific educational association dedicated to advancing the specialty of neurological surgery in order to provide the highest quality of neurosurgical care to the public.
In addition, Dr. Mobley was a consultant for the Denver Broncos from 2004-2010 and provided emergency coverage for the team. Go Broncos! On a personal note, Dr. Mobley enjoys balancing his busy medical practice by spending time with his wife and 2 sons and running marathons.
- Bachelor of Science: Colorado State University
- Doctor of Medicine: University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
- Internship:University of Nebraska Medical Center
- Neurosurgical Residency: University of Nebraska Medical Center
- Rocky Mountain Neurosurgery
- Peak Orthopedics and Spine
- Rocky Mountain Brain and Neurospine Institute
- Rocky Mountain Neurosurgical Alliance
- American Association of Neurological Surgeons
- Congress of Neurological Surgeons
- American Medical Association
- Colorado Medical Society
- Arapahoe-Douglas-Elbert County Medical Society
- NASS Outstanding Paper Award. Montreal Canada. November, 2002
- Alpha Omega Alpha. Omaha, Nebraska. May 2004
- Director of Colorado Rural Health Scholars Program, 1995
- Deans List, Colorado State University, 1992-1994
- Deans List, Oregon State University, 1990-1992
- Aarabi B, Taghipour M, Haghnegahdar A, Farokhi M, Mobley L; Prognostic factors in the occurrence of posttraumatic epilepsy after penetrating head injury suffered during military service. Neurosurg Focus 2000;8:1-5.
- Mobley III, LW, Agrawal, SK: FK506 and cyclosporin improve hypoxic injury to white matter. Journal of Neuritrauma; 19(10);1353.
- Mobley III, LW, Agrawal, SK: Role of calcineurin in calcium-mediated hypoxic injury to white matter. Spine Journal 2003;3(1):11-18.
- Mobley LW III, Doran SE, Hellbusch LC: Abdominal pseudocyst: predisposing factors and treatment algorithm. Pediatric Neurosurgery Mar-Apr 2005;41(2):77-83.
- Mobley III, LW: Neurovascular Surgery. Powerpoint presentation at Nebraska Angiography Club spring meeting at Champions Club. Omaha, NE. May 2001.
- Mobley III, LW: Preoperative Endovascular Treatment of Head and Neck Tumors. Powerpoint presentation at 21st Otolaryngology Late Winter Symposium. Keystone, Colorado. March 2001.
- Mobley III, LW, Doran, Stephen: Abdominal Pseudocyst: Predisposing Factors and Treatment Algorithm. Iowa Midwest Neurosurgical Society Annual Meeting. Omaha, NE. May 2001.
- Mobley III, LW, Doran, Stephen: Abdominal Pseudocyst: Predisposing Factors and Treatment Algorithm. Oral Presentation. The American College of Surgeons, Nebraska Chapter Spring Meeting. Omaha, NE. June 2001.
- Mobley III, LW, Doran, Stephen: Abdominal Pseudocyst: Predisposing Factors and Treatment Algorithm. Poster Presentation. CNS Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA. October 2001.
- Mobley III, LW, Agrawal, SK: Role of calcineurin in calcium-mediated hypoxic injury to white matter. Outstanding Paper Award presentation. NASS meeting, Montreal, Canada. November 2002.
- Sather, MD, Mobley III, LW, Leibrock, LG: Minimally invasive implantation of cervical and high thoracic neurostimulator electrodes utilizing a tubular retraction system. Poster Presentation, American Academy of Pain Medicine 20th Annual meeting. Produced and edited video used during presentation. Orlando, FL. March 2004.