Dr Adam Pearce is a Queensland trained Urologist. He treats a broad range of adult urological conditions and specialises in complex surgery of the kidneys and retro-peritoneum. Dr Pearce bases his private practice at the Wesley Hospital, Brisbane and is a sessional urologist with Wesley Urology Clinic. Urgent appointments can be accommodated at short notice.
Experienced treating general conditions such as
-Laser treatment for kidney stones
-Medical and surgical management of prostate problems
-Haematuria (blood in the urine)
-Urinary tract reconstruction
Dr Pearce is fellowship trained in complex surgery of the retro-peritoneum and kidneys. He treats a high volume of patients with complex kidney cancers, caval thrombus and post-chemotherapy retro-peritoneal lymph node dissection (RPLND).
Dr Pearce offers a range of evidence-based tailored treatment options for cancers of the kidney, ureter, prostate, bladder, and testis and has access to a wide range of the latest imaging and therapeutic technology.
A range of techniques are used to help patients recover faster from major surgery. This has been shown to allow patients to return to normal functions faster and minimise complications.
Telehealth video appointments can be easily arranged using a secure purpose-built online platform. All you need is internet access via a computer, tablet or smart phone. The process is straight-forward and allows Specialist access for those living in remote areas or a more convenient appointment for those who prefer. Ask our friendly staff if a Telehealth or Telephone appointment would be suitable.
Dr Pearce welcomes calls from health professionals who are seeking advice or would like to discuss a case in more depth.
Dr Pearce began practice in 2019 after completing a uro-oncology fellowship at the Royal Marsden hospital in London. He holds specialist positions at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and the Wesley Private Hospital. In addition to his experience treating a wide range of common urological conditions he undertakes a high volume of advanced kidney and retro-peritoneal surgery including caval thrombus and RPLND. He has a network of highly skilled surgical colleagues who he collaborates with where necessary for complex procedures and has access to a broad range of imaging and therapeutic technology.
Dr Pearce has acted as director for the urology department at RBWH and supervises registrars on the urology training program and junior doctors. He has chaired sessions at international conferences and is a senior lecturer at the University of Queensland.
After he completed his urology training, Dr Pearce was awarded an Australasian Urological Foundation Grant to undertake a sought after two year sub-specialty fellowship in London. He broadened his surgical skills at the renal surgery and transplant unit at the Royal Free Hospital, then at the Royal Marsden Hospital. The world-renowned RMH is a centre for excellence in cancer care and a global leader for pioneering research and novel technologies. It is also the UK’s largest centre for major surgery for advanced kidney and testicular cancers and embraces the use of minimally invasive surgery and enhanced recovery after surgery.
While in London, Dr Pearce learned from some of the most highly regarded surgeons in the world and performed a large volume of complex operations. He is now able to use his training for the benefit of patients in Australia.