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Last week Sidney Crosby went to work with doctor Ted Carrick whom he worked with prior to his comeback earlier this year. Following his work with Carrick in Atlanta he flew out to California to meet with a neurological spine specialist Dr. Robert S. Bray. According to the Tribune Review Crosby’s current problems are with motion and balance when he’s skating. Dr. Bray has worked with the U.S. Olympic Hockey Team and the LA Kings and will examine Crosby and he will receive some soft tissue treatment. General Manager Ray Shero feels that things seem to moving in the right direction with Crosby:
“I think everything went well with (Carrick),” Shero said. “Hopefully this will work out. He wants to get back to play.”
We all want him back playing. And at least we are getting updates on Crosby’s status on a more regular basis now.
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via the Pittsburgh Penguins, Sidney Crosby traveled to California Friday to visit with Dr. Robert S. Bray, a neurological spine specialist, as part of his continuing treatment program. Crosby will undergo a series of tests with Dr. Bray.
Crosby has not played since Dec. 5 because of concussion-like symptoms.
Crosby accompanied the Pittsburgh Penguins on their trip to Florida...
Pittsburgh Penguins superstar Sidney Crosby flew to California to meet with a neurological spine specialist.
Crosby will meet with Dr. Robert S. Bray after he was examined extensively by Dr. Ted Carrick, a chiropractic neurology specialist who treated him in the summer.
"Sidney is meeting with some of the top specialists in the country as he continues his recovery," Penguins...
Sidney Crosby traveled to California Friday to visit with Dr. Robert S. Bray, a neurological spine specialist, as part of his continuing treatment program. Crosby will undergo a series of tests with Dr. Bray.
Crosby has not played since D...
When James Neal was acquired last season, the consensus was that he would be the long-term left winger for Sidney Crosby.
I didn’t buy it then, and I really don’t buy it now.
The roars have quieted, replaced by questions the ever-patient 24-year-old has grown weary of answering. The truth is, Crosby doesn't know when the concussion-like symptoms that have limited him to eight games over the last 12 months will abate.
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There's Sidney Crosby, standing in the corner of...
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from Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun, • The spotlight glares brightly on Sidney Crosby’s latest visit to a specialist while teammate Evgeni Malkin soldiers on with so little notice.
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(Whether or not it's an epidemic is a matter of semantics and, in the NHL's case, some legal concerns.)
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PITTSBURGH — So what if the Pittsburgh Penguins were missing Sidney Crosby and Jordan Staal. So what if the Washington Capitals were missing Nicklas Backstrom, Mike Green and Marcus Johansson. None of that mattered Sunday when it comes to entertainment. For almost three hours in the national television spotlight, the ...