333 Second Street South
Kenora, On P9N 1G3
(807) 470-8045
Fax: (807) 470-1470

Call (807) 470-8045

    Welcome to Northern Respiratory Kenora

    Northern Respiratory is a locally owned and operated respiratory home care company dedicated to helping you breathe easier and sleep well.

    Why choose Northern Respiratory.

    Opening Hours

    Monday – Thursday 8:30am – 4:30pm
    Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm
    Evenings & Weekends By Appointment


    Dan CDan C
    15:40 01 Oct 23
    Awesome to deal with and Bonnie knows what she is talking about!
    K BK B
    02:21 17 Aug 23
    Excellent service.

    Our Kenora location provides Oxygen Therapy and CPAP services. We proudly serve the following areas and their surroundings:



    Fort Frances

    How Did We Do?

    We are constantly striving to improve. If you have been helped by our team we would love to hear about your experience.

    How Did We Do?

    We are constantly striving to improve. If you have been helped by our team we would love to hear about your experience.

    Meet the Kenora Team



    Registered Respiratory Therapist

    Bonnie has been practicing as a Registered Respiratory Therapist for over 19 years working in areas including Acute Care, Neonatal Transport, Pulmonary Function and Respiratory Investigations, as well as in the Community providing CPAP and Sleep therapy. She has joined our team in both a clinical and business development role and is very excited to bring you the professional and quality respiratory care you deserve. In her free time, she loves to be on the water fishing and spending time with her family outdoors.

    Oxygen Therapy

    Lung disease and chronic lung conditions can interfere with your body’s ability to extract oxygen from the air. Oxygen therapy is designed to more effectively deliver air to your lungs, relieving some of the effects of labored breathing. There are many reasons why your doctor may have prescribed oxygen therapy. These include:

    • Obstructive lung diseases such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
    • Restrictive lung diseases such as Pulmonary Fibrosis
    • Part of overall treatment of various cancers
    • Relief for temporary conditions such as Pneumonia
    • Some cardiac-related illnesses
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    Sleep Apnea isn’t just about snoring or getting a good night’s sleep. It’s a serious medical disorder that, left untreated, increases your risk of chronic, life-threatening diseases.

    How is Sleep Apnea treated?

    Sleep Apnea can be treated with a CPAP machine. CPAP is an acronym for Continuous Positive Airway Pressure.

    If you think you may suffer from sleep apnea, make an appointment to be evaluated and see if you need a sleep test.

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