Dr. Arata is an innovator in the treatment of dysautonomia. A graduate of UCSF School of Medicine, Dr. Arata completed his four year residency at Duke University Medical Center. Subsequently, he completed fellowship training at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. He is double boarded as a diplomate of the American Board of Radiology, including a certificate of added qualification in Vascular and Interventional Radiology. He is also has board certification in Venous and Lymphatic Medicine. Having completed the Institute for Functional Medicine training program, Dr. Arata is also the only board certified interventionist fully trained in Functional Medicine. Accordingly, Dr. Arata’s approach to the treatment of autonomic disorders is unique in that he seeks not restore balance to the body as the foundation of his treatment program.

Dr. Arata was the first physician to recognize the potential of endovenous procedures to improve autonomic function. An internationally recognized expert in both the treatment of venous disease and interventional radiology, Dr. Arata has performed many thousands of image-guided surgical procedures This experience lead to development of a minimally invasive treatment for those suffering symptoms of dysautonomia. This treatment is called TVAM and has led to multiple publications in peer-reviewed medical journals. Dr. Arata also has a decade of experience in therapeutic injections. His current interest is the study of regenerative medicine as it applies to chronic disease and to orthopedic conditions.



Michael Andrew Arata MD PC 2014-current
President, Synergy Health Concepts 2011-2014
Founder, Pacific Interventionalists 2005-2014

Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Interventional Radiology 2000
Duke University Medical Center Diagnostic Radiology 1999
Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital Medical Internship 1995

University of California, San Francisco Medical Doctorate 1994
University of California, Davis Bachelor of Science 1990
Shasta College Associate of Arts 1988

Orange County Surgical Center 2013
Garden Grove Hospital 2005

Phlebology, American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine 2009
Certificate of Added Qualification, Interventional Radiology 2001
Diagnostic Radiology, American Board of Radiology 1999

California Medical License A70967

Outpatient Endovascular Interventional Society, Founding Member

Arata M. Sternberg Z. Transvascular autonomic modulation: A modified balloon angioplasty technique for the treatment of autonomic dysfunction in multiple sclerosis patients. J Endovasc Ther 2014; 21:417-428.
Arata M. DeBarge P. Transvascular autonomic modulation, initial assessment of safety. Acta Phlebol 2014; 15:19-23.
Sternberg Z, Grewal P, Cen S, Debarge-Igoe F, Arata M. Blood pressure normalization post-jugular venous balloon angioplasty. Phlebology Dec 2013

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