Aromatherapy Comes to Bartell Healthcare

Jennica Hockley

Dr. Michael Bartell, owner of Bartell Healthcare Center has added Jennica Hockley to the staff. She is certified in the AromaTouch Technique developed by Dr. David Hill, a leading expert in integrative medicine and therapeutic application of essential oils. Following Hill’s protocol, Hockley applies essential oils along the energy meridians and visceral contact points on the back and feet to stimulate homeostasis and balance in the body.

Aroma Touch is a non-invasive, natural therapy best administered by a certified AromaTouch therapist trained in the synergistic effects achieved from the combination of essential oils and specific application protocols aimed at maximizing the healthful, therapeutic benefits of the oils.

The ancient Egyptians used aromatic oils as early as 4,500 B.C. AromaTouch, a non-invasive, natural treatment is a soothing adjunct therapy that complements other natural approaches to wellness.

Location: 1001 S. Market St., Ste. A, Mechanicsburg. For appointments, call 717-697-8030. For more information, visit

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