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Senior Wellness


Elders Living Life

Effective Foot Care Services to Maintain the Health of Your Feet and Legs.

Dedicated Nurses

Your foot health is our passion. We are specifically trained and certified in foot and wound care assessment and treatment.


Early detection and intervention can prevent or delay many foot issues.


Our nurses will customize a treatment plan for your specific needs and goals. You won’t miss important life events because of pain in your feet or legs.

Senior Wellness - Elders Living Life - Foot Pain Dry Heels Swollen Ankles

Get a Complimentary Consultation

Your comfort is our top priority. Come see us for a complimentary consultation, meet our nurses and talk about your goals. It’s free and we look forward to meeting you!

Tips for Improving Your Feet

Daily Inspection

You are the first line of defense! If you have any problems with circulation, diabetes, sensation, PLEASE have a professional check them every 60 days. Immediately call if you see or feel blood on your sock, swelling, pain, dry skin, smell or any wound or bruise. ANYTHING! If not us, someone!


Moisturize your feet every day but not between your toes. Moisturizing the feet helps to replenish lost moisture, preventing dryness and maintaining skin elasticity. ealthy, hydrated nails are less prone to fungal infections and other nail problems. Put on socks and shoes so you don’t slip on hard floors with slippery feet.


Keep your nails properly trimmed. Overgrown toenails can press against the inside of shoes, causing discomfort and pain. Shorter nails are easier to clean and less likely to harbor bacteria or debris, promoting overall foot hygiene. Do not pull on anything hanging (skin or nails). If you have thick dystrophic nails, call a professional.


Elevating the legs and feet can offer numerous benefits, including improved circulation, reduced swelling and discomfort, prevention of pressure sores, enhanced comfort during rest, support for healing, and reduced risk of blood clots.


Ill-fitting shoes can contribute to the development or exacerbation of foot problems such as corns, calluses, bunions, and ingrown toenails. By wearing shoes that fit properly, you can prevent these common ailments and maintain overall foot health.


Please stop! Smoking reduces circulation and delays wound healing. It has also been linked to decreased bone density. Quitting smoking or avoiding exposure to tobacco smoke can help mitigate these risks and promote better foot health and overall well-being in older individuals.

Billings Foot Nurse.


8455 Black Marlin Drive
Billings, MT 59106