Chinese Medicine Articles

Published articles on various topics in Chinese Medicine

By: Jason Blalack

By: Charles Chace

* 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.