1) Please, contact your local Medical Assistance office to see if you qualify for them to pay for your healthcare. 2) Contact a teaching hospital and inquire about the programs that educate the interns. Each department in a University teaching hospital look for people that will allow the department head teaching doctor to provide hands on care with the interns to patients. In the various departments you will have the best since all service is supervised and used to educate the interns.
3) In the interim, educate yourself in Holistic approaches. There are diets that will reduce inflamation. Eliminate salt, sugar and caffiene. These ingredients will cause excessive pain and allow bacteria to breed. Add cinnamon, gloves, tumeric, garlic, whole grains, black tea to your diet. These reduce blood sugars, fevers, pain, muscle spasams. Your diet should be a healthy one with natural foods. Read labels and if there are more than 5 ingredients...don't eat. If sugar or bleached flour is listed within the 5 ingredients, don't eat. 4) If needed, lose weight. Extra weight hurts your muscles and bone structure. 5) Drink water daily that equals 1/2 your body weight in the amount of oz. 5) Exercise! The best exercise is walking. Each day walk at least two blocks and try to increase the walking when it becomes comfortable. 6) When you cannot sleep due to pain, occupy your mind with reading, meditation, or exercise. I realize that is easy said than done but if your brain is diverted you will feel less pain. PLEASE try these things. Even if you do not get into a doctor, do items 3 through 6. I know what pain you suffer since I have pain and I did find even the best doctors cannot eliminate pain. Sometimes, it is best to educate and train the brain to reduce pain.