Spine Score is an educational tool for use by clinicians, healthcare professionals, researchers and students from any background who are involved in the care or study of patients with spinal pathology. It encompasses a wide variety of scoring and classification systems pertaining to spinal pathology, which have previously been described in the peer reviewed scientific literature.
Spine Score allows rapid access to information and calculation of clinical scores without the need for a data connection. Scoring and classification systems for spinal disease are subdivided into subsections for easy reference.
The current range of scoring and classification systems within Spine Score include:
Brighton Spondylodiscitis Score
Modified Japanese Orthopaedic Association (mJOA)
Thoracolumbar Injury Classfication and Severity Score (TLICS)
Spinal Cord Injury
ASIA Impairments Scale
Frankel Grading System
Incomplete Cord Injuries
Spinal Instability Neoplastic Score (SINS)
We welcome feedback for future development of Spine Score at:
Disclaimer: Spine Score is for the use of healthcare professionals and cannot and should not be used to replace a doctor's consultation. It is purely for educational purposes. Please ensure that any calculation is repeated manually. Spine Score does not accept any responsibility for information entry, data outcome, or interpretation of data / scoring systems. Please cross-check the various scoring systems with original published research. Use of Spine Score and interpretation of data produced is strictly the responsibility of the clinician involved.