A good gunsmith can adapt anything to anything.
But, why would you want to put adjustable sights on a close-range-defense gun?
I suggest to you that the sights that are already on the pistol are quite adjustable enough for concealed-carry purposes.
(They adjust with a mallet and non-metallic punch.)
Might it be that you find yourself shooting low and left?
If that's true, it's not a sight problem. It's a technique problem.