Internationally renowned expert care available for everyday people
From the Start
Dr. Kutcher’s distinguished legacy started in 2006 when he founded Michigan NeuroSport, at The University of Michigan. NeuroSport was the first-ever academic medical program to provide comprehensive, evidence-based neurological care for athletes. Dr. Kutcher and his team created a national movement and a solid foundation for advancing the brain health of all athletes.
In 2016, ten years after he founded Michigan NeuroSport, Dr. Kutcher and his team was offered an opportunity to continue to define the highest standard of brain healthcare by establishing The Sports Neurology Clinic. This opportunity would increase access to expert care.
As a leading pioneer in Sports Neurology, Dr. Kutcher founded the Sports Neurology Section of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) and served as the section’s first chair. He also helped establish and co-direct the annual Sports Concussion Conference for the American Academy of Neurology. Dr. Jeffrey Kutcher also holds the honor of establishing the first Sports Neurology fellowship program in the country in 2012.
Dr. Kutcher is the Team Neurologist for United States Ski and Snowboard and served as Team Neurologist for the United States Olympic team at both the 2014 and 2018 Winter Olympics. He also directs the National Basketball Association Concussion Program and has served as an advisor to the Player’s Associations of both the National Football League and the National Hockey League since 2011.
As an internationally recognized expert, Dr. Kutcher was a member and co-author of the Consensus Conference on Concussion in Sport in Zurich (2012) and Berlin (2016.) Dr. Kutcher travels the globe extensively as an renowned brain health and concussion expert, presenting on a plethora of topics related to Migraine, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE), Post-Concussion Syndrome and Sideline & Clinical Management of Concussion, etc. to further advance the understanding of sports neurology and improve the quality of care and patient outcomes.
Author & Researcher
Dr. Kutcher has written nearly 20 books/chapters and has co-authored more than 50 peer-reviewed publications with extensive positions as a peer-reviewer and editor. He also co-authored the Oxford University Press book “Back in the Game: Why Concussion Doesn’t Have to End Your Athletic Career.”