Dr Bradley Morris is a Colorectal and General Surgeon here in Brisbane.
Dr Morris achieved his Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery with Class I Honours at the University of QLD. He underwent six years of General Surgery training in QLD, Australia to be awarded his Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS).
After obtaining his fellowship, Dr Morris completed a further two years of Colorectal Surgery training with accredited fellowships, through the Training Board in Colon and Rectal Surgery. These were at the Austin Hospital in Melbourne, and the Cambridge University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in England, UK. This additional training led to accreditation as a Colorectal Surgeon with the Colorectal Surgical Society of Australia and New Zealand (CSSANZ).
Dr Morris is a Senior Surgeon in the Colorectal Surgery Department at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, and has a private practice at the Greenslopes Private Hospital and Mater Private Hospital Redlands. He has a special interest in proctology – or conditions effecting the anus and surrounds including haemorrhoids, anal fissures, defecation problems, prolapse, anal fistulas, and incontinence.
Dr Morris undertakes advanced laparoscopic procedures, and is an enthusiast in minimally invasive procedures. He has trained in robotic surgery in Seoul, South Korea, and in Sydney, Australia, and has completed over 100 robotic operations on the Da Vinci robotic platform.
Dr Morris is a GESA accredited and recertified colonoscopist and upper endoscopist. He is a media spokesperson for Bowel Cancer Australia, and is passionate about bowel cancer prevention and screening.
He is a Senior Lecturer at the University of QLD, and the Research Supervisor for the Colorectal Fellows training at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. Dr Morris serves on the Healthcare Quality Commission on NSW which serves to protect patient safety.
He is active on social media as @the.butt.doctor (instagram, TikTok), raising awareness of these common conditions using light and usually terrible humour to help remove the stigma around what are considered embarassing conditions.
Dr Morris is an enthusiastic ally of the LGBQTI+ community, and is open, tolerant and sex positive. Dr Morris aims to protect and preserve your function, of your body, and how you wish to enjoy it. As you can see on social media, he has “seen everything” and takes great pride in being trusted with your intimate or embarassing problem.
For private practice appointments, please see your GP for a referral and phone 3177 9751.
As a trained general surgeon and subspecialist colorectal surgeon, Dr Morris is trained to perform hernia surgery, gallbladder surgery, and a wide range of colorectal surgical conditions, as well as upper endoscopy and colonoscopy.
A Colorectal Surgeon is familiar with a wide range of conditions affecting the small bowel, colon, rectum and anus. Common conditions we treat include bowel cancer, diverticulitis, inflammatory bowel disease, faecal incontinence and defecatory difficulties, rectal prolapse, haemorrhoids, anal fissures and anal fistulas. A Colorectal Surgeon is also trained to recognise and treat rare or unusual conditions.
A Colorectal Surgeon in Australia has completed at least 5 years of General Surgery training to become a specialist General Surgeon, to become awarded a Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of surgeons, thus is also well-equipped to deal with both elective and emergency general surgical conditions such as gallbladder and hernia surgery.
To become a recognised Colorectal Surgeon in Australia, at least an additional 2 years of subspecialty colorectal surgery training is performed on the formal training program offered by the Colorectal Surgical Society of Australia and New Zealand (CSSANZ), and further criteria includes completion of a Colorectal Surgery examination, and research publication.
For private practice appointments, please phone 3177 9751. For public practice appointments, referrals should be sent to Metro South via your GP.