Welcome to Jingshen TCM Clinic

Titta M. Laattala

Lic. TCM, Dip. MQH, Dip. CHM.
MPRTCM, MPRCHM.

Welcome to

Jingshen TCM Clinic

Jing Shen is the notion of total well-being and health. It means that the body and the mind of the individual are fully integrated and functioning at their best.

This state of health and thus the prolonging life and preventing illness is the ultimate goal of TCM treatment .

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is an ancient and sophisticated medical system which originated in China but has increasingly spread throughout the world.

TCM has several distinct branches and has stood the test of time in that it has been practised for several thousands of years in China, its country of origin. In its present, classical form TCM has existed for at least 2000 years, with its earliest texts dating to the first centuries BC.

There are no specifics such as are often used in modern medicine for the labelling of symptoms. Acupuncture does not confine itself to treating only named diseases, rather it treats sick people by revealing the source of the trouble by using its own diagnostic methods and setting about its removal. The patient is always viewed as a unique individual. He or she is regarded as a whole and integrated personality with all that that implies.

Treatment subsequently is always geared to the specific requirements of each individual. This means that three patients complaining of what might at first sight appear to be the same symptoms may each receive entirely different treatment and each make a satisfactory and sound recovery.

The main treatment options within TCM are Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. Often the treatment will include Dietary Advice and Medical Advice regarding factors relating to lifestyle, relationships, work and balancing all of the above.

Cupping and Moxibustion may be used in addition to other treatment methods, or used on their own.

Medical Qigong is a rare and precious branch within TCM and usually only considered when other treatment methods have achieved unsatisfactory results.

Jingshen TCM Clinic was established in 2009 first in London’s Harley Street. It currently has practices in three locations:

  • 58 South Molton Street Wellbeing Centre, Mayfair W1
  • Kings College NHS Health Centre, Bush House, Strand WC2
  • Kagyu Samye Dzong Centre for World Peace and Health, Bermondsey SE16.

You can find detailed information and contact details for each practice here.

Titta M. Laattala is an experienced, fully qualified and fully insured practitioner and teacher of acupuncture and TCM.

She is a member of Professional Register of Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Professional Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine and adheres to the Code of Conduct and Code of Ethics of both Registers.

Jing Shen

Is the notion of total well-being and health. It means that the body and the mind of the individual are fully integrated and functioning at their best.
This state of health and thus the prolonging life and preventing illness is the ultimate goal of TCM treatment .

Titta M. Laattala

Titta M. Laattala

Lic.TCM, Dip.CHM, Dip.MQG, Cert.PCHM

Titta M. Laattala is an experienced, fully qualified and fully insured practitioner of TCM Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine and Medical Qigong.

Titta's has a wide range of experience with different patients and conditions, from treating common sports injuries to complex mental health conditions and odd complaints without obvious medical cause.

She is a member of the Professional Register of TCM and Professional Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine and adheres to the Code of Ethics and Code of Practice enforced by the Registers. She is fully covered by Professional Indemnity and Public Liability Insurance.

Titta M. Laattala

Qualifications & Professional Memberships

Titta graduated from the Irish College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ICTCM) in 2009 with Licentiate in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Her further qualifications include:

  • Certificate in Prepared Chinese Herbal Medicine
  • Certificate in Medical Qigong
  • Diploma in Medical Qigong
  • Diploma in Chinese Herbal Medicine.

She is a member of the Professional Register of TCM (PRTCM) and Professional Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine (PRCHM) and adheres to the Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct enforced by the both Registers.

Titta M. Laattala

Current Positions

As the principle practitioner at Jingshen Acupuncture & TCM Clinic Titta works in partnership with 58 South Molton Street Wellbeing Centre, Kings College NHS Health Centre and Kagyu Samye Dzong Centre for World Peace & Health. She also holds the following positions:

  • Clinical Supervisor at the Irish College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ICTCM).
  • Teacher of Acupuncture and TCM at the ICTCM.
  • Acupuncture Practitioner at Women@theWell, charity for vulnerable women.
  • Council Member of the Professional Register of Traditional Chinese Medicine (PRTCM).

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