Razz completed his massage therapy training at Kikkawa College of Massage and Shiatsu in Toronto in 1993. While in massage therapy school, he received the Award for Clinical Excellence for his graduating class.
Razz became a member of the Board of Directors of Masseurs of Ontario in 1993. He then was the first group of Therapists who joined the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario.
After his graduation, Razz, in private practice, joined Dr. Tracy Drynan in a multifaceted health group in St. Catharines. Razz has collaborated with many health professionals such as specialists in physical rehabilitation, chiropractors, physiotherapists, athletic therapists, kinesiologists and acupuncturists.
Razz believes strongly in the tradition of therapists educating their own. Razz loves to teach, in 1995 Razz returned to Kikkawa College as an instructor of Remedial Exercise. In 1997 he was instrumental in creating the massage therapy program at the Alexandrian Institute in Hamilton. Razz instructed Remedial Exercise, Hydrotherapy, Massage Theory and Technique, and Anatomy. Razz was also responsible for the Sports outreach program.
Razz "Massaged the World" at the World Triathlon Championships. He also became a fixture at the President's Choice Triathlon Series as head of the volunteer Massage Therapy crew.
Razz began his Osteopathic training in 1998 at the Canadian College of Osteopathy. He graduated with a Diploma of Osteopathy in Manual Practice in 2007 after defending his research thesis, The Effect of Cranial Osteopathy on Word Reading Efficiency in Grade Three students.
WHY CHOOSE OSTEOPATHY?
Osteopathic Manual Practitioners assess and treat your body as a whole. Symptoms sometimes show up in a different part of your body from where the problem actually is and there may be several factors contributing to the symptoms you experience. Osteopathich Manual Treatment is efficient, which helps to minimize the number of visits you need. Osteopathic Manual Practitioners go through many years of training to develop their highly refined palpatory skills.