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APRIL 2021

Official Newsletter for Pain Management Center, Inc. – Acupuncture Network


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Pain Management Center, Inc. will be hosting 12 seminars (4 units, category 1, each pending approval) starting June 13th, 9AM – 1PM PST!


  • An overview of the acupuncturists’ role in the Workers Compensation system
  • How to increase referrals from Primary Treating Physicians
  • An understanding of MTUS (Medical Treatment Utilization Schedule)
  • How to greatly improve the approval rate of your requests
  • Effectively appeal denials
  • In-depth review of reporting and the importance behind it
  • How to effectively include “Home Exercise Programs” into your treatment plan
  • … and much more!!!

In addition, you will be able to acquire clinical skills to diagnose and treat your patients effectively. Personal cases will be discussed so the provider can better understand why care was not approved/paid and what can be done about it. Please feel free to bring cases as there will be an open floor for discussion.

Learn More →
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Important Reminders


At Pain Management Center, Inc. we pride ourselves in providing exceptional, standardized care across our network; not only for our patients but for our providers and insurance carriers as well.

The reason behind the alliance between Pain Management and Acu-Care is the need to standardized credentialing of all our providers, as Acu-Care has been doing for more than 20 years with its members. We feel that this alliance will improve our network and prepare it for the next phase of growth, across the state of California, including a broader acceptance from the Workers Compensation insurance industry.

At Pain Management Center, we feel confident that this collaboration will be beneficial for all of our members.

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“ADA Website Compliance.” Miec. 12 Mar. 2021. Web. Most healthcare providers and other business owners know that they must make their physical environment accessible for all members of the public, including those with disabilities, as required under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). However, some may not be aware that accessibility also extends to the virtual environment; websites must also comply with accessibility requirements under the ADA.

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COVID-19 Vaccines

COVID-19 vaccine: All Americans age 16 and up are eligible

Kaiser Permanente recommends getting vaccinated as soon as possible.

On April 19, the federal government announced that everyone 16 and older is eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccination.

“This is a tremendous milestone. Open eligibility means we are that much closer to putting the pandemic behind us,” said Craig Robbins, MD, co-lead for Kaiser Permanente’s national COVID-19 vaccination program.

Demand is high, and vaccine supplies remain limited

The vaccine supply is increasing; however, the eligibility expansion means that demand will be at an all-time high. Make an appointment in your community to secure your spot!

How Can I Get an Appointment?

All the available vaccines are known to be safe, effective, and life-saving, and vaccinations are free. Here are some ways to sign up for a vaccination:

  • Request an appointment at Kaiser Permanente on They’re offering appointments at many of their facilities and will continue to increase appointment availability as they continue to receive additional vaccine supply.
  • Visit VaccineFinder to find vaccination providers near you. In some states, information may be limited while more vaccination providers and pharmacies are being added to the directory.
  • Check your local pharmacy’s website to see if vaccination appointments are available. Get a list of pharmacies participating in the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program.
  • Contact your state health department to find additional vaccination locations in the area.
Pain Management Center Location



Our approach at Pain Management Center is one of teamwork. We all share the same mission of providing the highest quality of care and services to help transform the lives of patients. We’d like to give a warm welcome to the newest locations in our network; Emmanuel Sargenti, L. Ac. of Westlake Village, and Sanghyun Lee, L. Ac. of Compton.


We are actively seeking providers all over California that would like to join our network. If you know someone who would be a great fit for our organization please email Katya at

Areas strongly desired within Southern California: Palmdale, Lancaster, Santa Ana, Chino, Santa Clarita. (If your location is not listed, we still encourage you to apply).

If you are located in Northern California, we encourage you to apply now and save your zip code as processing begins June 2021!

Apply to Be a Part of the Acupuncture Network →
olesia farberov, licensed acupuncturist
Edith, scheduling department


Tarzana, CA

Olesia has been in practice since 2005. With her gentle needling technique, kindness, and compassion she combines her knowledge of functional medicine, acupuncture, and nutrition to skillfully treat a myriad of disorders.

In her free time, she enjoys hiking, tennis, creating art, gardening, and cooking!


Scheduling & Referrals Department

Edith has successfully worked in our industry for 14 years. She is new to our team and currently coordinates with our referrals department to schedule the care of patients.

In her free time, she enjoys reading, doing crossword puzzles, and watching films on Netflix!

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Pain Management Center, Inc.

5567 Reseda Blvd., #101, Tarzana, CA 91356