Raza Shah is a naturopathic doctor and clinical director at the St. Jacobs Naturopathic Clinic. Upon graduating from the University of Waterloo in Pre-Optometry in 1998 he went on to the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2001 where he earned his designation as a naturopathic doctor. He then returned to Woolwich Township in Rural Ontario where he spent his youth growing up to set up a multidisciplinary practice where he works with ElaSpa Technician Stacey Eckesnwiller and massage therapist and reflexologist, Tricia Brubacher RMR, RRPR. Not only does Raza manage his own busy practice but he also collaborates with medical doctors, chiropractors and massage therapists in Listowel, located in North Perth Ontario. Raza has a general naturopathic practice, with the aim of treating and preventing a myriad of health conditions that includes all ages. He is passionate about all aspects of naturopathic medicine and uses a wide array of treatment modalities so that his patients can achieve optimal health. In addition to managing both an active and successful practice Raza is a frequent lecturer for the Upper Grand District School Board, Conestoga College and the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine where he lectures on a wide variety of health care topics to students, the general public and fellow health care professionals. He has also been a keynote speaker for several charity initiatives ranging locally, for the Listowel Memorial Hospital, and internationally, for the World Federation Charities, a Non-Governmental Organization registered with the United Nations.