OPF Wellness Therapy

IV / Peptide Therapy

Massage Therapy

Red Light Therapy

Percussion Therapy

Cyro Compression Therapy

Stretch Therapy

Peak Wellness in Redmond

How do I Reach my Peak Wellness?

Do you want to improve your sleep, increase your vitality, and fight the effects of aging? Optimum Peak Fitness of Redmond is here to help you along the road to reaching your peak. At OPF you will have access to the most advanced wellness treatments, receive advice from our experts, and use data to guide your future decisions. Prepare to meet the best version of yourself by creating your customized plan today with a wide range of OPF service options and membership packages.

OPF wellness will partner with Dr. Frank Marinkovich to create a personalized wellness package based on members’ individual needs. Our mission is to help identify what your goal for longevity is and tailor the best fitness program and wellness program to optimize your effort to achieve the results you’ve always been capable of. 

By offering our naturopathic treatments, with tailored fitness programming OPF is able to offer a one of a kind holistic approach to restoring functionality of the mind, body and spirit. 

OPF Therpay Services:

  • IV / Peptide Thereapy
  • Massage Therapy
  • Red Light Therapy
  • Percusion Therapy
  • Cyro Compression Therapy
  • Stretch Therapy

Our goal is to elevate your entire experience, when the body feels good, looks good it liberates us to focus on mental health. Mind, body, spirit… you will need all three to achieve the apex of your Optimum Peak Fitness journey. Show us your mountain and we will guide each step of the way!

Red Light Therapy, IV/Peptides Redmond

What is Red Light Therapy?

Red light therapy (RLT) is a treatment that uses low wavelength red light to reportedly improve your skin’s appearance, such as reducing wrinkles, scars, redness and acne. It’s also touted to treat other medical conditions.

To date, there’s a lot of ongoing research, publication of small studies and a much discussion on the internet about the effectiveness of red light therapy for all types of health uses. Results of some studies do show some promise

Red light therapy (RLT) is an emerging treatment that’s showing promise in treating wrinkles, redness, acne, scars and other signs of aging. If you’re interested in red light therapy, ask our OPF professionals if red light therapy is a right fit for you.

What is Peptide Therapy?

Peptides are naturally occurring biological molecules found in all living organisms and play an essential role in all types of biological activity. Peptides have different jobs within the cellular tissue therefore studies can pinpoint targeted uses for each type of peptide. There are 20 naturally occurring amino acids which can combine into an immense variety of different molecules; peptides in particular are molecules typically composed of 2-50 amino acids and act as signaling agents or hormones with very precise specific functions. The way we apply those functions to supplement or amplify the body’s internal process is what makes peptide therapy such an exciting new development toward optimizing health. It is important to remember peptides are not a fix it all. They don’t replace good nutrition, sleep, stress management, fitness etc. In a sense, peptides are the icing on a cake. 

Cyro Compression Therapy

Compression therapy is a technique that is used in fitness to improve blood flow, reduce muscle soreness, and enhance recovery after exercise. This therapy involves the use of compression garments, such as compression socks or sleeves, which apply graduated pressure to the muscles and blood vessels. The compression applied helps to increase blood flow and oxygen to the muscles, reducing the buildup of lactic acid and promoting faster recovery after exercise. 

IV/Peptide Therapy

Intravenous (IV) therapy is increasingly being used in the fitness and recovery industry as a way to speed up the recovery process and improve overall health and wellness. The therapy involves administering fluids, vitamins, and minerals directly into the bloodstream through an IV drip. Some of the most common nutrients used in IV therapy for fitness recovery include vitamin C, magnesium, and glutathione. The therapy can also be used to help with dehydration, fatigue, and nutrient deficiencies.

Percussion Therapy

Percussive therapy is one of the latest discoveries for sports recovery. The massage gun provides accelerated bursts of pressure into the tissues of the body. This action helps release muscle knots which are the primary suspects for back and shoulder pain.

Red Light Therapy

Red light therapy, also known as photobiomodulation therapy, is a non-invasive treatment that uses low-level red and near-infrared light to stimulate cellular processes and promote healing. The therapy has been found to have a wide range of health benefits, including reducing inflammation, accelerating wound healing, and improving skin health. Red light therapy has been shown to be an effective treatment for conditions such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, and rosacea. It has also been found to be beneficial for reducing pain, inflammation and stiffness associated with conditions such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, and chronic pain. In addition, it has been found to help improve muscle recovery, reduce muscle soreness, and increase muscle strength.

oxygen bar

 An oxygen bar offers an environment that provides a higher concentration of oxygen when compared to regular breathing to air to everyday people, and can offer numerous health benefits. Unlike the natural air that you breathe where the oxygen content is relatively low, an oxygen bar allows you to breathe in high levels of pure oxygen. To provide you with contrast, the oxygen levels in the natural air that we breathe outside sit around 20%. At an oxygen bar, the oxygen levels are much higher. In some cases, you can breathe in 95% oxygen.

Massage Therapy

OPF will provide massage therapy with a licensed therapist with 27 years of experience 

Stretch Therapy

Stretching is an essential component of any exercise routine, as it helps to improve flexibility, range of motion, and overall athletic performance. Regular stretching can help to reduce muscle soreness and stiffness, and it can also help to prevent injuries.

What is an Oxygen Bar?

An oxygen bar is one of the easiest ways to improve your health and wellness without needing to do very much! At the OPF Bar, you will be greeted by one of our staff members where they will show you to the bar and get you set up with your oxygen machine.

While the idea of an oxygen bar might seem strange or unnecessary, it can be beneficial for your health. Purified oxygen can provide numerous benefits in terms of energy levels, mood, and overall health.

These benefits include:

  • An escape from polluted air
  • Increased energy levels
  • Enhanced athletic performance
  • Reduced stress
  • Increased concentration
  • Improved mood
  • Reduce symptoms of migraine and headache
  • Increased sleep quality
  • Weight loss benefits

While it has not been scientifically proven that pure oxygen can treat diseases and disorders, many users do feel immediate results with their health. Plus, they enjoy the relaxation that comes with partaking in an oxygen bar.


“If you’re fortunate, you’ll be introduced to a truly gifted healer, Hussain. This humble genius is well versed in pretty much every function of the human body. I have multiple injuries at different stages of healing and recovery. What he fixed first was my oldest and most inhibiting injury. His time and care changed my skeletal and muscular conflicts which allowed me freedom of movement without pain!
Not only have I recuperated from that old injury, I am clear on the training needed to fully regain my strength and endurance.”


“Positive environment and extremely knowledgeable staff especially Luke and Hussain. Recovery is half mental and half physical and OPF provides the positive and optimistic environment that helped me walk the very difficult path of recovery. 100% recommend anyone struggling with their physical and fitness goals!”