Dr. Turner Osler is a retired academic trauma surgeon, turned research epidemiologist. He is the CEO and Founder of QOR360, a company specializing in active seating products for homes, offices, and schools, designed to help alleviate problems caused by sitting. Dr. Osler and his team are passionate to help educate a new generation on active sitting, and support an aging population with back pain.  Dr. Osler has published over 300 peer-reviewed medical papers and book chapters. As a physician who’s suffered from a tyranny of conventional chairs for most of his life, Dr. Osler’s quest for a healthier way to sit led him to develop the Redrocker, a new geometric solid, the Eccentric Bicylinder. This shape is central to QOR360’s ergonomic, healthy, and active seating products.
Learning point:
    1. Why is modern chair design adding health problems?
    2. What health issues arise from sitting incorrectly?
    3. Why standing is not the opposite of sitting?

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