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compression fractures

ive been having lower back pain continuously for the last 4 years and im 20 years old. ive been to a chriopractor and got an x-ray and it turns out i have a l5 fracture. that was 1 year ago and its now a year later it still hurts, plus i have no health insurance. and i didnt have any the last 4 years my parents just paid out of pocket every time i went to the doctor. what should i do? 

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  • If I were you I’d go to healthcare dot gov web site and sign up for a plan. If you have little to no income you’ll likely get a large subsidy.

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