Dr Paul Manohar
Urologist & Urological Surgeon
Urological Pain Management Expert
Minimally Invasive Laparoscopic & Robotic Surgeon
Dr Paul Manohar is a Urologist based in South-Eastern Melbourne. He has extensive experience in minimally invasive urological surgery and a special interest in urological pain management.
With extensive training and strong relationships with the hospitals throughout Melbourne, Dr Paul Manohar is available to provide a knowledgeable and flexible urology treatment that takes advantage of each hospital’s unique setup and satisfy the location desires of patients.
Dr Manohar has undergone extensive urological training at the Monash, the Alfred and Box Hill Hospitals. His training has focused on minimally invasive surgery, both laparoscopic and robotic surgery, which involves much small incisions and a quicker recovery for the patient vs. open surgery.
He also has a special interest in urological chronic pain management. Dr Manohar has undertaken hands-on, one-on-one training with the most senior pain specialists in Sydney.
He focuses on providing a caring treatment that gives his patients the best results based on the latest scientific evidence.
Dr Manohar is a member of the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand, and has achieved Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (Urology).
Dr Manohar grew up in Wollongong, New South Wales. He attended St Therese Primary School and Sydney Grammar School. He graduated from Monash University and underwent his training throughout Victoria and Tasmania. He maintains a strong research interest with a position within the Monash University Prostate Cancer Laboratory with Dr Luc Furic and Gail Risbridger.
Dr Manohar is able to provide treatment in all areas of general urology, with special interests in cancer surgery, reconstructive urology, voiding dysfunction and pelvic pain.
He is also the only urologist in Melbourne to have undertaken the training and have the interest in chronic pelvic pain. This expertise allows Dr Manohar to not only provide a unique level of treatment, but to provide it across all of Melbourne’s eastern and south-eastern hospitals.
Dr Manohar welcome both public and private patients.
Publications & Research
G. Barboglio Romo, Paholo & P. Smith, Christopher & Cox, Ashley & Averbeck, Márcio & Dowling, Caroline & Beckford, Cleveland & Manohar, Paul & Duran, Sergio & P. Cameron, Anne. (2018). Non-surgical urologic management of neurogenic bladder after spinal cord injury. World Journal of Urology. 36. 10.1007/s00345-018-2419-z.
Ong, W., Manohar, P. et al “Clinicopathological characteristics and management of Prostate Cancer in the human immunodeficiency (HIV)-positive population: experience in an Australian major HIV centre.” BJU Int 2015 Oct 28;116 Suppl 3:5-10.
Marovic, P., P. Manohar, et al. “Traumatic pseudoaneurysm of the superficial temporal artery.” ANZ Journal of Surgery 81(1-2): 88-89. Jan/Feb 2011
THE SECOND MOST DOWNLOADED ARTICLE IN ANZJS IN 2011:
Handley, C & Manohar, P & Mccahy, Philip. (2014). Computed tomography urography and renal tract ultrasound for diagnosing bladder cancer. 65-65.
Manohar, Paul & Ter Kan, Wen & Ranasinghe, Weranja & Cetti, Richard & Mccahy, Philip. (2014). Knotted multi-length ureteric stents: A case series. ANZ journal of surgery. 86. 10.1111/ans.12689.
Manohar, P … Furic, L “Estrogen in prostate cancer: a new dawn?” BJU International Volume 111 Issue supplement S1 (USANZ ASM). March 2013
Manohar, P … McCahy P. “Basketting Ureteric Stones; forces, safety and avulsions” BJU International Volume 113 Issue supplement S4 (USANZ ASM). March 2014
Manohar, P & Ganguly, A & Brough, Stephen. (2013). Testicular torsion: uncommon presentations. 80-80.
Ganguly, A & Manohar, P & Brough, Stephen. (2013). Renal stone analysis of Northern Tasmania 2002-2012. 79-79.
De Sousa T, Manohar P et al “Detection of prostate cancer in rural Australia; are we keeping up?” BJU International Feb;107issue supplement s1:1-5 Feb (USANZ ASM) 2011