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Partnership for Prescription Assistance / 888-4PPA-NOW / https://www.pparx.org/Intro.php
Free Medicine / http://www.freemedicinerevolution.com/

Samuel Dixon clinics are a great resource for low income people.
First visit was $65 and second $35, cleaning teeth was $10. There are 4 Samuel Dixon clinics - listed in the phone book. the original is in Val Verde, there is one in the new shopping center by Green Thumb in Newhall.

Burnwall Pool Therapy, Santa Clarita

Snergy Performance Health: Lisa Hill PT Director 661-799-1900

YMCA, Santa Clarita - twinges & hinges class 661-253-3593
Lynne Steinman, PhD, Newhall 661-259-7900

Diane Cable, MFT, Lancaster, Aqua Dulce, 

Santa Clarita 
(www.fibromyalgialady.com) 661-753-7725

A Caring Mind 
MaeganColeman, PhD. 
661-400-6193
Dr. Ahmed 661-940-9555
 661-224-0062

Steven Weiner, MD, Sherman Oaks 818-756-6880

 Stephen White MD, West Hill 818-347-2921
Rx (PRESCRIPTION) ASSISTANCE
MEDICATIONS
Anti-Infammatories: Muscle Relaxants:
 Naprosyn Flexeril® - side effect memory loss
 Clinirol Soma
 Relafen®

 Anti-Depressants: (some anti-depressants can have pain-relieving benefits)
 Paxil®
 Wellbutrin®
 Zoloft® 
  Elavil® - most have adverse reactions to this or it doesn't help.
 Sinequan - has side effect of memory loss.
 Effexor®
 Prozac® 

 Pain: Sleep:
 MS Contin (Norco) 
 Ambien®  
 Trazadone
 Klonopin®
 Zanaflex
 Ativan® (lorazepam)
 Ultram® (tramadol) Lunesta®
 Vicodin®  
 (hydrocodone)  
 Restoril® short-term memory loss)
 Lortab®  
 Lyrica ®
 Lidoderm ® patch (5% lidocaine)  
 Neurontin ® (gabapentin)  

HELP YOUR DOCTOR UNDERSTAND YOUR SYMPTOMS

 Words to describe your pain

aching
throbbing
fatigue 
tingling 
hot 
shooting
numbness
soreness
stabbing

Location

Does your pain move or stay in one place?


Frequency

daily
number of times per day


Severity

constant
moderate
mild

What relieves your symptoms?

What makes it worse?