Sidney Crosby is planning another meeting with the chiropractic neurology specialist who treated him in the summer, TSN reported on Monday.
The Pittsburgh Penguins captain will meet with Dr. Ted Carrick this week as the former deals with issues involving motion and balance.
Crosby had recently returned to skating with the Penguins, who visited the Sunshine State to play against the Florida Panthers and Tampa Bay Lightning. Carrick practices in both Florida and Georgia, thus making it somewhat convenient for Crosby to pay a visit. There is no timetable for Crosby's return to game action.
Plagued by lingering concussion symptoms, the 2007 NHL MVP has not played since Dec. 5.
Crosby had been sidelined for 10 1/2 months before making a dramatic return to the lineup on Nov. 21, scoring two goals and adding two assists versus the New York Islanders.
The 24-year-old Nova Scotia native collected two goals and 10 assists in eight contests since returning from his original injury in Janu...