Dr. Ignacio Guzman is the leading physician in anti-aging in Fresno, California. He holds a certification in peptide therapy from the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine.
The compassionate doctor currently works at North Fresno Primary Care where he also specializes in integrative and regenerative medicine. He helps patients improve their health and wellness by balancing different biological and chemical compounds in the body.
Dr. Guzman’s Background and Contributions
Strong, Solid Educational Background
Dr. Guzman’s expertise in anti-aging, regenerative, and integrative medicine is a product of years of education, training, and hard work.
He obtained his biology degree from the University of San Diego in California, which also awarded him a research grant. He moved to Salt Lake City where he completed his medical degree at the University of Utah School of Medicine. Here, he founded the Latino Medical Student Association’s chapter.
Dr. Guzman also worked at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) lab, where he studied brain damage caused by an autoimmune condition. For his residency, he went to the University of California-San Francisco in Fresno. He served as a co-chief resident under the family and community medicine unit.
The Learning Never Ends
To ensure he can provide the best care to his patients, Dr. Guzman continues to broaden his education and training. He participates in conferences, symposiums, and sessions in the industry.
His time spent in preventive and family medicine as a board-certified doctor in primary care provided him firsthand experience with the common problems of the patients.
He learned that many of them struggled with low sexual drive, fatigue, and weight gain despite normal lab results.
These observations prompted him to pursue the field of anti-aging and integrative medicine, specializing in peptide therapy. In turn, he can now provide a more enriching, effective patient care.
Promoting Anti-Aging Around the Globe
Dr. Guzman travels around the country and the world sharing his learning, techniques, and discoveries with other clinicians.
He has already served as a guest lecturer many times for the Medical Society of the United States, Hispanic Medical Conference, and Mexico Annual Symposium. He also teaches aspiring youths and students who want to pursue or are taking up medicine.
As an advocate of his practice, Dr. Guzman takes care of his body and mind. He exercises regularly and participates in several half-marathons annually where he’s one of the top runners.