Francisco Fernandez Rodriguez, MD

stem cell clinic San Diego

Francisco Fernandez Rodriguez, MD


Dr. Fernandez graduated from the Autonomous University of Baja California School of Medicine and Psychology and has over 5 years of experience in medical practice. He is an active member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine.


He has provided excellent medical care throughout his career at several medical institutions such as the IMSS General Hospital No. 1 in Tijuana, Mexico where he started his clinical medical training in areas of surgery, internal medicine, orthopedics, medical emergencies, gynecology and obstetrics, pediatrics and family medicine. He performed his community service at the IMSS No. 18 in Tijuana, Mexico, helping in community health campaigns, family medicine consultations, and emergency medicine.

He started his physician career in the area of occupational medicine. Developing programs for the prevention, detection, and evaluation of occupational diseases, evaluation of ergonomics, and primary care management of occupational accidents in companies such as Toyota Motor Manufacturing of Baja California, Seal For Life Industries, and Mexon-Resideo.

In 2018 he started working in the field of Regenerative Medicine. Dr. Fernandez worked at a pain clinic in San Diego from 2018 to 2020 as Medical Director of Clinical Regenerative Medicine Research, working along with a pain management specialist in both the regenerative medicine and research area of spinal cord stimulators together with companies such as Medtronic and Nevro Corp.

Dr. Fernandez currently works at ZignaGenix and R3 StemCell International as Medical Director, clinical adviser, and medical writter. Staying up to date with the latest developments in clinical research in the field of regenerative medicine, especially stem cell therapy ensures that our patients always receive the best care possible.


Regenerative Medicine & Anti-Aging



Areas of Expertise

Medical Education


Autonomous University of Baja California School of Medicine and Psychology