In State ex rel. Almendinger v. Indus. Comm, 2013-Ohio-5103, the 10th District Court of Appeals found the Commission properly denied a claimant’s request for chiropractic treatment, where the chiropractor failed to relate the treatment to the claim allowances. The court’s magistrate recommended reversal of the Commission’s decision, in part, because the Commission did not mention the chiropractor’s report in its order. The court declined the recommendation, holding the Commission is not required to discuss each piece of evidence it considers in rendering its decisions. Read the full decision here.