The Spine Journal, the highest-rated journal in spine science, is an international, multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal that publishes original articles on research and treatment of the spine and spine care.
NASSJ, the open access companion to The Spine Journal, is a new international, evidence-based, online journal. NASSJ publishes peer-reviewed original content on clinical care, spine research and education. NASSJ is now accepting manuscript submissions.
SpineLine, a peer-reviewed bimonthly clinical and news publication of NASS, includes multidisciplinary scientific articles, reviews, debates, and other relevant medical, ethical and policy content in spine and health care.
Also available to NASS Members, Seminars in Spine Surgery offers clinical information for practicing surgeons. Each issue addresses a focused topic on the management and care of patients.
Deadline to submit is January 25, 2021.
Read a biweekly update of membership news and events
Listen to Ask the Experts discussions, conversations with SpineLine authors, educational lectures and patient information
Easily access content from meetings, SpineLine and The Spine Journal
Share your cases or expertise and gain real-time feedback from fellow NASS members
KnowYourBack.org is NASS' comprehensive patient focused website, featuring credible, peer-reviewed articles, brochures, videos and more for spine patients. “Find a Spine Care Provider” links patients to highly trained NASS members.
NASS is the source for accurate information on spine conditions, research, treatment, legislation, reimbursement, etc. Find an expert spokesperson from a particular spine specialty by keyword search.
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There is a compendium of clinical and practice resources available.
The Spine Journal
The Spine Journal Peer Reviewers
NASSJ Peer Reviewers
SpineLine Editorial Board
Patient Education Committee
Public Affairs/PR Committee
The Spine Journal