A decade after being asked to study how chiropractic care may increase fitness among troops with lower back pain, the Defense Department has submitted its report to Congress. The answer? It works. But service members still shouldn't expect the treatment to be available at every military health facility. And as for military family members, retirees and their families, the benefit, along with other alternative therapies, remains uncovered by Tricare. A bipartisan group of 29 House members has backed Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Alabama, this year on a proposal to provide chiropractic care services for Tricare beneficiaries, but the bill has not been considered by the House Armed Services subcommittee on military personnel. Read more on Military.com.