Federico Martinez, MD, is a US-licensed medical doctor in the state of Florida originally from Lima, Peru, who graduated from Cayetano Heredia Peruvian University Medical School, where he earned his medical and surgeon degree. He completed his postgraduate training at Nassau County Medical Center at the New York State University, Stony Brook, NY, where he was also elected chief resident of his program. He is board certified in pediatrics and is also certified in the Advanced Endocrinology Program of the American Academy of Anti-Aging, Regenerative & Functional Medicine. He completed his medical training and was awarded certification by The Institute for Functional Medicine. He has been a clinical professor of medicine at Nova Southeastern University in Florida and has been in active practice in both hospital and medical office settings for 40 years. He is currently the medical director of Healthpark Medical Center and president of San Ignacio University in Miami, FL, as well as director of the Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola Corporation in Lima, Peru. Dr. Martinez is the chairman of the International Advisory Board of San Ignacio de Loyola Medical School in Lima, Peru. He actively participates in nationwide training programs, with special emphasis on functional, preventive, and regenerative medicine, age management biological therapies, and aesthetics procedures, holding a variety of certifications. His areas of expertise include prevention and treatment of chronic medical conditions with a functional medicine approach, bioidentical hormone replacement, weight loss programs, detoxification, intravenous nutritional therapy, immune system support, vitamins and nutritional supplementation, stem cell therapies, and non-surgical biomedical procedures such as platelet-rich plasma, radiofrequency, and laser therapies, among others.