If you go to healthcare.gov there are products that are reasonable and competitive if you have had no insurance for 6 months or longer, including pool products used by many individuals.
Another way to approach this is to call your health department and find out where the neighborhood clinics are. These will be on sliding scale, you pay what you can afford to see the doctor.
Another option is to find any teaching hospital or university hospital, and they will have a medical clinic on sliding scale, which will also tie you in with specialists and pain management doctors.
These are your options unless you can negotiate a fee with a private doctor.
The problem is, that if you don't have insurance, with private doctors you actually get charged more, as you can not contract on the price effectively as the insurance companies can.
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