Chris Kreider has rejoined the Rangers and will practice with his teammates here Thursday afternoon after having been medically cleared following a series of extensive tests in New York relating to cervical/spinal issues, The Post has learned.

The Rangers had been studiously — if not ominously — mum about the condition of the 25-year-old left wing, who missed the Blueshirts’ last two games in western Canada less than two weeks after Kreider had been sidelined for four games due to “neck spasms” in late October. Coach Alain Vigneault is expected to address the situation following practice.

The Blueshirts, who defeated the Oilers on Sunday and the Canucks on Tuesday after Kreider had returned home from Edmonton, face the Blue Jackets here on Friday in the final game of a four-game trip that commenced Saturday with a victory in Calgary. The 13-4 Rangers have won three straight and seven of their last eight matches.