Dr. Honeycutt completed neurosurgery training at the University of Oklahoma in 2001 and completed his pediatric fellowship from the University of Tennessee in 2002. He has been practicing pediatric neurosurgery at Cook Children's Hospital in Fort Worth, TX, since 2005. Dr. Honeycutt's main interests are neuro-oncology, use of intraoperative MRI, and movement disorders. Over the last 12 years, Cook's Children's Hospital has been using DBS to treat complex pediatric movement disorders. With over 130 pediatric patients treated, it is one of the largest pediatric DBS series.
- Cook Children's Physician Network
- Fort Worth, TX