Published articles on various topics in Chinese Medicine
By: Jason Blalack
- The Diagnostic Dance (UK: The Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine Journal) (2015)
- Tracing the Dragon: Flexibility and Adaptation in Zhang Xichun’s ‘Essays on Medicine’ (Asian medicine 8 (2013) 1–7), by Charles Chace and Jason Blalack
- TUNNEL VISION: Another Lesson from a Mismanaged Case by Jason Blalack and Charles Chace. Originally published in RCHM (Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine) (UK) (Autumn 2012).
- An Everyday Warm Disease Formula: Ascending and Descending Powder (Sheng Jiang San). Originally published in The Journal of Chinese Medicine (UK) (Feb. 2012)
- Another Perspective: Studying the Classics For A Firm Foundation with Z’ev Rosenberg. Published in Acupuncture Today (January, 2012, Vol. 13, Issue 01)
- Tracing the Dragon: More lessons on Mismanaged Case Studies by Jason Blalack and Charles Chace. Originally published in RCHM (Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine) (UK) (Autumn 2011).
- Qin Bowei’s 56 Methods: A Clinical Perspective. Originally published in The Journal of Chinese Medicine (UK) (Oct. 2011). Originally published in the Lantern as the The warp and weft of Qin Bo-Wei’s 56 methods. The Lantern: Volume VIII, Issue 3 – Article #3
- Issues in Using Antivirals in the Treatment and Prevention of the Common Cold and Flu (Gan Mao). Originally Published in Chinese Medicine Times (Fall 2011).
- Some issues in warm disease; Three essays from Qin Bo-Wei (秦伯未). Originally published in The Lantern, Volume VIII, Issue: 2—(Australia) (May 2011).
- The relationship between warm disease and cold damage
- The issue of newly contracted pathogens and lurking pathogens (伏邪，伏气)
- A restructuring of Warm Disease names
- The Error of Our Ways: What Mismanaged Cases Teach us About Clinical Practice. Originally published in RCHM (Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine) (UK) (May 2011).
- A Touch of Ling: Learning from Ancient Case Records. Originally published in The Lantern, Volume: 7, Issue: 3 – (Australia) (2010).
- Essentials of Warm Disease (original title: Warm Disease Made Simple) Originally published in The Lantern Volume: VI, Issue: 3 (Australia) (2009).
- Lurking Pathogens – Three Modern Case Studies (PDF) (Part I) by Charles Chace, Jason Blalack, and Jack Schaefer. Originally Published in The Lantern (Australia) (2007).
- Lurking Pathogens – Three Modern Case Studies (PDF) (Part II) by Charles Chace, Jason Blalack, and Jack Schaefer. Originally Published in The Lantern (Australia) (2007).
- Case Study: Malaria Like Syndrome due to a Lurking Pathogen. (PDF) By Jason Blalack (This is the unabridged case study from the Lurking Pathogen article published 2007 in The Lantern)
- The Meaning of Etiology, Breakout of Illness, and Pathomechanism in Chinese Medicine. (PDF) Essay by Jason Blalack (2006)
- Diagnosing Pain Beyond Qi and Blood Stagnation A Look at Painful Obstruction (Bi Syndromes) Originally Published in Chinese Medicine Times (2006-2007).
- Toward a Working Methodology for Translating Chinese Medicine By Dan Bensky, Jason Blalack, Charles Chace, and Craig Mitchell (2006) Reprinted from The LanternVolume 3 No. 3 (2006).* Also Appeared in the AAOM Fall 2006 issue (p. 51-60).
- Lurking Pathogens (a Qing Dynasty case study) Part I (PDF) By Jason Blalack & Charles Chace – Reprinted from The Lantern Volume 3 No. 1 (2006)
- Lurking Pathogens (a Qing Dynasty case study) Part II (PDF) By Jason Blalack & Charles Chace – Reprinted from The Lantern Volume 3 No. 2 (2006)
- Numbness and Tingling (麻木 má mù) Chart breakdown with diagnosis and treatment.(PDF) (2006) Encompassing western diseases like: intervertebral disc disease, cervical vertebra or lumbar vertebral joint disease leading to spinal nerve root pathology, rheumaticdisease, cerebral vascular sclerosis, neuritis, leprosy, as well as other peripheral nerve issues and spinal nerve and central nervous system disorders.
- Huang Qi through the Tradition of Zhang Zhongjing (Zhang Zhong-Jing) (PDF) Reprinted by permission by The Lantern (2005) also published in The Journal of Chinese Medicine (2007). (JCM version) (PDF)
- Stagnation, Depression, Constraint, and Stasis: Terminological Clarification (PDF) (2005)
- Yinfire (yin fire) and its Pathomechanism [Essay] (PDF) (2003)
- Constraint patterns (郁证) – Chart breakdown with diagnosis and treatment (PDF) (2002)
- Cirrhosis of the Liver (肝硬化)- Chart breakdown with diagnosis and treatment (PDF) (2002)
* Discourse on Warm-Heat Disease 温热论 (wen re lun) by (Ye Tian-Shi 葉天士, 1667)
* (Part I) Translated by Charles Chace and Daniella Van Wart
* (Part II) Translated by Charles Chace and Daniella Van Wart
* (Part III) Translated by Charles Chace and Daniella Van Wart
* On Natural Selection: Ruminations on the Roles of Insight & Rationality in Clinical Practice.
* The Error of Our Ways: What Mismanaged Cases Teach Us About the Practice of Chinese Medicine.
* Qin Bo-wei’s Treatment of Liver Depression By Charles Chace and Dan Finney
* Thinking Through Lurking Pathogens: A Pragmatic Approach to Clinical Application
* GHOSTS IN THE MACHINE: Approaching Paranormal Phenomona within the TCM Framework
* Li Dong-yuan’s Gynecology: Excerpted from The Secret Treasury of the Orchid Chamber (Lan Shi Mi Zang) (Three Types of Menstrual Block and Failure of Movement)
* BITTER REALITIES Applying Wenbing Principles in Acute Respiratory Tract Infections by Charles Chace (2000)
Open Gate Acupuncture, located in Boulder Colorado, serves patients throughout the Boulder county region including Denver, Longmont, Gunbarrel, Lafayette, & Louisville. Jason Blalack has been treating patients in Boulder for over 14 years after graduating from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. Jason is an international lecturer on Chinese medicine and has an extensive collection of Chinese medicine articles published in professional journals worldwide. He is also the author of, Qin Bo-Wei’s 56 Treatment Methods: Writing Precise Prescriptions. Jason specializes in autoimmune, digestive disorders, fertility, and emotional disorders at the Open Gate Acupuncture Clinic and also via long distance & online medical consultations.