Sgt. Rick Remalia has pain everyday. He broke his back, hip and pelvis in a rollover caused by an attack in Afghanistan. He still moves with a cane and has mild traumatic brain injury. "I've had a lot of treatment, and acupuncture is the first treatment where I've been like, OK, wow, I've actually seen a really big difference," he said. Col. Rochelle Wasserman is the head doctor for the Warrior Transition Battalion at Fort Campbell, Ky, and the unit's physician and trained acupuncture practitioner. Military doctors have recently turned to acupuncture in special pain clinics and for troops in battle zones. Last year, the Army surgeon general began making the acupuncture treatments more widely available.