Spinal tumor is one of the neural disorders that contributes to high number of morbidities disabilities. Demographic profile and functional outcome of primary intradural extramedullary spinal tumor patient is important to be evaluated for the purpose of providing holistic information for patients and their family prior to surgery, as well as measuring surgical results. This analytical descriptive retrospective study utilized medical record of primary intradural extramedullary spinal tumor patient who underwent first surgery in dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo General Hospital from 2014-2016. Pre- and postsurgical Medical Outcome Study 36-item Short-form Health Survey (SF-36) functional score were evaluated and compared using Friedman correlation test. The mean age of study participants is 46,3 years old (min-max: 15-71 years old), with 31% participants included in the age group of 50-60 years old, 69% participants were female, and the mean of onset-to-surgery time is 7,79 months. The dominant histopathological finding was Schwannoma (65%). Compared to the pre-surgical score, post-surgical SF-36 showed significant improvements in all eight aspects of the questionnaire. SF-36 functional score of primary intradural extramedullary spinal tumor patient presented significant improvement in 1 year after surgery.