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Mike0626 posted:
I would check with your local health department to see if they have any free clinics to start with. They will also be able to assist you in possibly obtaining some sort of medicaid or very low to no cost insurance options. Since Obama has gotten his health care reform passed, there are many options out there. In the mean time I'd try to do some light excercises and keep moving. Also the heat and ice. I would try moist heat by boiling a towel and wrapping it in another, they lay on it or lay it across your back. This will help short term........Good Luck
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