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Senior Wellness is dedicated to helping seniors with convenient and affordable foot care. Medical conditions and physical limitations that develop slowly as we age may prevent people from being able to monitor their foot health and perform simple foot care tasks. Our nurses aren’t retired and do foot care on the side…we are dedicated to providing you with devoted nurses specifically trained in foot and wound care and assessment.

Foot pain and disorders are common among the elderly. If not properly cared for foot problems can lead to more serious issues and can make simple daily functions unbearable. Aside from the pain, it can affect one’s ability to walk, increasing the chances of falling and keeping one from getting proper exercise to stay fit.

At Senior Wellness, our staff of qualified nurses provide many services to our seniors. We offer our services at senior and adult living facilities and offer home care, making it more convenient for our clients. We assess current footwear to ensure it is the right fit, treat callouses and corns, trim and file toenails, moisturize and massage feet, provide education on foot care tailored to the client, and assess possible neurologic, circulatory, integument (skin), and skeletal issues. We also can provide a referrals if it is determined a medical providers care is needed. 

Our Partners:

  • Gerontologists
  • Endocrinologists
  • Podiatrists
  • Dermatologists
  • Vascular surgeons
  • Diabetic Educators
  • Long-term care facilities
  • Transitional care facilities
  • Assisted living facilities
  • Senior home health organizations
  • Senior Centers
  • Wound nurses at Billings Clinic
  • Intermountain Health, Billings, MT

At Senior Wellness, our motto, ‘Elders Living Life’, encapsulates our mission. We understand the importance of staying active and independent, which is why we prioritize foot care to ensure you can keep doing what you love without any hindrances. Our founder, Rich Werbelow, draws from his experience as an admissions coordinator for a local transitional care unit, where he interacted with patients undergoing new amputations. Through these interactions, he learned that many amputations stemmed from minor foot wounds. Identifying and addressing these small injuries promptly significantly aids in faster and smoother healing processes.

Senior Wellness is proud to be a member of The American Foot Care Nurses Association (AFCNA). Our team consists of bachelor-level registered nurses certified by the Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nurses Society (WOCN). They possess the expertise to comprehensively assess the circulation, nerves, and skin of your feet and legs. Beyond nail trimming, our approach focuses on holistic care tailored to your specific needs, in collaboration with your primary care physicians. Whether you require podiatry, dermatology, vein treatment, or physical therapy, we offer personalized solutions delivered conveniently to your doorstep, be it at home, Assisted Living, Senior Centers, or any preferred location.

Richard Werbelow’s journey in nursing began with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from MSU Bozeman. During his education, he gained valuable experience as a scrub tech at St. Vincent’s Labor and Delivery, honing my surgical skills. Subsequently, he worked in various roles including ICU and oncology at Billings Clinic before returning to his passion for senior care.

Over the past years, Richard has served as a hospice nurse, floor nurse, charge nurse, unit supervisor, and admission coordinator for long-term and transitional care settings. In 2015, he pursued further specialization by studying under Dr. Julia Overstreet, a renowned podiatrist in Seattle, Washington, and obtaining certification as a Certified Foot Care Nurse (CFCN) through the Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nurses Society (WOCN). He has maintained active membership with both the American Foot Care Nurses Association (AFCNA) and the Senior Coalition in Billings, Montana.

What to Expect:

  • Initial needs assessment is FREE to determine if you need our services and like our nurses.
  • Please allow for about an hour on the first visit so we can visit and start your chart. After that, it should only take about 20-30 minutes every other month.
  • First treatment timeframe allow time for setting up your account and chart.
  • Bimonthly (60-day) visits can also be scheduled.
  • Costs include all supplies unless you purchase specific items and due at time of service.
  • Routine foot care is generally not covered by insurance.
    (Medicaid and Medicare are not accepted).

Billings Foot Nurse.


8455 Black Marlin Drive
Billings, MT 59106