What is Guillain-Barre' Syndrome (GBS)?

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Dallas Cowboys' center, Travis Frederick, has been sidelined this football season after being diagnosed with Guillain-Barre' syndrome (GBS). The 27-year-old has been undergoing treatment since his diagnosis in August. GBS is a rare autoimmune disease with only 3,000 to 6,000 Americans diagnosed each year.

Holland Hospital’s, Matthew Hilton, D.O., spoke with WHTC morning news anchor, Peg McNichol, about the disease and what it could mean for Frederick’s future. For the full story visit, WHTC.com.

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  • Matt Hilton, DO

    Matt Hilton, DO

    Dr. Hilton received his undergraduate degree in Nutrition Science at Purdue University. He graduated medical school at Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, MO. He completed his family medicine residency at Metro Health Hospital in Grand Rapids. He then went on to complete a sports medicine fellowship at Metro Health Hospital. Dr, Hilton now works for Holland Hospital providing primary health care and sports medicine services. Outside of the office and training room he enjoys staying active with triathlon training, cooking healthy food, exploring West Michigan with his wife and two young boys and catching a concert if he ever has a chance.

    Dr. Hilton welcomes patients of all ages at Holland Hospital Family Medicine  Zeeland.

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