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Company or website nameCompany: Therapy Sidekick. URL: therapysidekick.com
Do you want any slogans or taglines on your logo?Logo for Custom 'Home Exercise Program' Video Program, PT prescribers with patient users
Who we are:don't have one yet.
Describe your company and organization and target audience.In the clinic, physical therapists (PTs) and other rehab specialists provide exercises patients may do to improve strength, improve function, or reduce pain. Almost always, therapists provide their patients a 'Home Exercise Program', or HEP, to maximize gains earned by patients. A HEP is an exercise program patients are to do outside the therapy clinic. The HEP is perhaps the most important component of a speedy recovery.
There will be 2 users (targets) my website will be targeting. 1) The therapists / clinicians that will be providing HEPs to their patients, and 2) the patients that will perform the HEP that therapists have prescribed to them.
Unique to this HEP delivery system compared to already established HEP delivery systems: this is a custom, follow-along video program that essentially makes it brain-dead for patients to use. With the software I've created, patients no longer need to keep track of number of reps completed, hold times, or good pacing times... that's a thing of the past when patients follow along with their sidekick.
The design should have the following:Adjusted with 6 hrs remaining to reflect what I have NOT seen yet...
Icon reflecting this is a video program, triangle not necessary.
* Huge bonus points if you can hide the word ‘HEP’ in the logo.
This logo will be used for:Print (business cards, letterheads, brochures etc.)
Online (website, online advertising, banner ads etc.)
Merchandise (mugs, t-shirts etc.)
Signs (including shops, billboards etc.)
We do not want this in the entries:Generally not liking the following elements:
Increditely petite figures representing people.
Characters with genie-looking bottom halves (legs).