Mr. Asopa qualified in medicine from the University of Bristol in August 1998 and completed basic surgical training in London on the Hammersmith Basic Surgical Rotation. He achieved membership of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 2002 and England in 2003, and became fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in trauma and orthopaedics in 2011. He completed his specialist registrar training in trauma and orthopaedics on the Imperial College North West Thames rotation in April 2014.
He has trained in orthopaedics at Charing Cross Hospital, London; Hillingdon Hospital; Mount Vernon Hospital; Chelsea and Westminster Hospital; Whittington Hospital, Ealing Hospital, and St. Mary's Hospital, Paddington.
In 2011 Mr Asopa undertook a 12 month sports surgery (shoulder, hip, foot and ankle and knee) and lower limb arthroplasty fellowship at SportsMed SA, in Adelaide, Australia. Mr. Asopa undertook specialist hip arthroscopy and arthroplasty training in Royal Berkshire Hospital for 12 months. Mr Asopa also undertook a 2 month specialist trauma fellowship training in Vienna.
Mr Asopa is a consultant orthopaedic and trauma surgeon at North Middlesex University Hospital since November 2014. He organises clinical audit, and is assumes the responsibility of ‘lead’ in numerous service improvement projects. He uses enhanced recovery techniques to carry out daycase ACL reconstruction surgery at the North Middlesex University Hospital.
Mr Asopa is involved in the design and overseeing of research projects. He has published 18 original scientific journal articles and completed a PhD in articular cartilage biology