ViaTherapy’s tailored questionnaire delivers only the best treatment options based on your patient’s motor impairment and time post-stroke
Choose from self-administered or group interventions
Narrow down therapy options by unique patient needs such as apraxia or cognitive issues
Expand your toolbox of evidence-based interventions as new therapies are added to the ViaTherapy app
Refresh your memory on interventions with in-depth details on benefits, dose and outcome measures
Spend less time researching and more time with patients. All ViaTherapy’s interventions are based on clinical evidence and best practices
This app represents over five years of work by an international panel of stroke and rehabilitation researchers and clinicians from Physiatry, Neurology, and Physical & Occupational Therapy. The collective expertise encompassed research interests in epidemiology, motor control, and knowledge translation.
"Improved upper extremity functioning is an important goal in stroke rehabilitation. This novel evidence-based smartphone application provides easily accessible guidelines of best practice for arm interventions post stroke. I believe that the application will be a useful tool for therapists worldwide." Christina Brogårdh, RPT, PhD, Associate Professor
Research Group Physiotherapy
Department of Health Sciences
Lund University, Lund, Sweden
"The post stroke arm rehabilitation algorithm within the ViaTherapy app help our team make multidisciplinary clinical decisions. The three key questions leads us as professionals in a quick and easy way through a structure of recommendations for treatments with a clear scope for benefits and dose of therapy." Jip F. Kamphuis MSc., Physical Therapist
Centre for Rehabilitation Klimmendaal
Apeldoorn, the Netherlands
The Heart & Stroke Foundation Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery is a joint initiative of the Heart and Stroke Foundation and Canada’s leading stroke recovery research centres. Headquartered at the University of Ottawa, the Partnership restores quality of life to people affected by stroke by harnessing the collective expertise of leading national and international stroke recovery researchers to create, share and apply new knowledge.
One of their initiatives is Stroke Engine — a site that was built with the goal of bridging the gap in knowledge translation between research findings and current clinical practice.
As the world-leading rehabilitation research centre, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute is developing practical solutions to prevent illness and accidents, restore function following a disabling event, and to enable people to continue to live in their own homes and communities as they age. It integrates innovative patient care, ground breaking research and diverse education to build healthier communities and advance the role of rehabilitation in the health system. Toronto Rehab is a member of the University Health Network.
Have the best possible evidence-based upper extremity stroke therapies available at your fingertips