A CSSANZ Accredited Colorectal and General Surgeon, who specialises in laparoscopic, robotic, and minimally invasive techniques.
Dr Bradley Morris is a Brisbane-based Specialist Colorectal and General Surgeon. He is a Senior Surgeon at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, and has a private practice at the Greenslopes Private Hospital and Mater Private Hospital Redlands.
He attended the University of QLD here in Brisbane, with a Bachelor of Science, followed by Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, graduating with Class I Honours.
Dr Morris completed his General Surgery training in QLD, with General and Colorectal Surgery training at Gold Coast Hospital, Logan Hospital, Ipswich Hospital and the Sunshine Coast Hospital. The latter part of his General Surgery training was completed at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.
He obtained his Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons, qualifying him as a Specialist General Surgeon.
After his General Surgery training, Dr Morris underwent further formal subspecialty Colorectal Surgery training with the Training Board in Colorectal Surgery. He completed accredited Colorectal Surgery Fellowships at the Austin Hospital in Melbourne, and the Cambridge University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in Cambridge, England.
He fulfilled the further research and examination requirements to be accredited as a Specialist Colorectal Surgeon by the CSSANZ (Colorectal Surgical Society of Australia and New Zealand). Dr Morris is a Member of the CSSANZ, and a Member of the Section of Colon and Rectal Surgery of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.
Dr Morris has undertaken his Robotic Colorectal Surgery training in Seoul, South Korea, and in Sydney, Australia.
Dr Morris is accredited with the Conjoint Committee for the Recognition of Training in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (CCRTGE), and performs colonoscopy and upper endoscopy.
Dr Morris is a Senior Lecturer at the University of QLD School of Medicine, is the Research Supervisor for the Colorectal Surgical Fellow at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, and is the Medical Resident Supervisor for the Colorectal Surgery department at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.
Dr Morris has private rooms adjacent to the Greenslopes Private Hospital, and also sees patients at the Redlands. For a private practice appointment, please phone (07) 3177 9751.
Dr Morris sees treats public patients from Brisbane and afar, as part of the Colorectal Surgery team at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane, and sees private patients in both his Greenslopes and Cleveland, Redlands clinics.
Dr Morris looks after a wide range of general surgical conditions including hernias, gallbladders, and upper endoscopy. He looks after a wide range of colorectal and anal problems. Dr Morris looks after a range of colorectal surgery conditions – including those affecting the bowel (inflammatory bowel disease, diverticulitis, cancer) and rectum (e.g. proctitis, rectal prolapse, incontinence, defecatory disorders).
Dr Morris has a special interest and a large practice in proctology – conditions effecting the anus. This includes haemorrhoids, anal fistulas, anal fissures and more.
Dr Morris is always making sure he is giving the best possible treatment by staying up to date and undergoing ongoing training and development both in and outside of Australia.
Dr Morris is trained in advanced laparoscopic techniques, including single-incision laparoscopic surgery (SILS) and minimally invasive techniques for most problems of the colon, rectum and anus. In 2016, Dr Morris completed his robotic training on the new da Vinci robotic system in Australia and in South Korea and offers robotic surgery for bowel surgery, rectal prolapse and hernias.
His current research interests include minimally invasive techniques for anal fistula surgery, and he has spoken at both local and international meetings on the ‘Modern Management of Anal Fistula’.
In his practice, he has previously introduced the new OTSC Proctology (clip) treatment for anal fistulas and presented his research results.
Dr Morris has a special interest in minimally invasive and painless options for treating haemorrhoids – a very common option.
He has a particular interest in the surgical management of inflammatory bowel disease and it’s complications, and this also forms a major component of his public practice.
Dr Morris is also a Conjoint Committee accredited upper endoscopist and colonoscopist. Colonoscopy is performed for cancer screening, to remove polyps, and to investigate rectal bleeding or symptoms.
Reflecting his general surgery training, Dr Morris also assesses and treats conditions effecting the abdomen in both an elective and emergency setting (e.g. appendicitis, gallbladder problems, groin hernias, abdominal wall hernias).
Don’t put off your symptoms any longer – everyone has an anus!
Dr Morris is always making sure he is giving the best possible treatment by undergoing ongoing training and development and participating in Continuous Professional Development.
Dr Morris is actively involved with medical student teaching, and is a Senior Lecturer with the University of Queensland Southside Medical School, is the Princess Alexandra Hospital Research Supervisor for the Australian and New Zealand Training Board in Colorectal Surgery. He is the current Medical Resident supervisor for the Colorectal Surgery Department at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.
His current research interests include early onset bowel cancer, modern and minimally invasive management of anal fistulas and haemorrhoids, and inflammatory bowel disease. He has spoken at both local and international meetings on the ‘Modern Management of Anal Fistula’. In his practice, he has introduced the new OTSC Proctology (clip) treatment for anal fistulas in a closely audited setting. He has a particular interest in the surgical management of inflammatory bowel disease and this also forms a major component of his public practice.
He is a Conjoint Committee accredited upper endoscopist colonoscopist and performs colonoscopy to investigate symptoms, remove polyps and to exclude or screen for bowel cancer.
Reflecting his general surgery training, Dr Morris also assesses and treats conditions affecting the abdomen in both an elective and emergency setting (eg appendicitis, gallbladder problems, groin hernias, abdominal wall hernias).