Courtney Ventus, M.S., CCC-SLP
Voice Pathologist & Swallowing Specialist
Courtney Ventus M.S., CCC-SLP, is a swallowing specialist, and voice pathologist at the Blaine Block Institute for Voice Analysis and Rehabilitation (BBIVAR) and The Professional Voice Center of Greater Cincinnati (ProVoice Center). She received her Bachelor of Science degree in communication sciences and disorders from the University of Cincinnati, and her Masters of Science degree in speech language pathology from Miami University of Ohio. Courtney completed her clinical fellowship at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Level 1 Trauma Hospital. During her Clinical fellowship, she specialized in dysphagia and voice rehabilitation with head and neck cancer, airway management, and trauma patients.
Courtney's clinical interests include dysphagia, head and neck cancer, laryngectomy, and adult airway management. Her research interests include non-traditional pathophysiologies of dysphagia and acute onset dysphagia. Courtney has presented at Ohio Speech Language Hearing Association (OSHLA) on dysphagia, 2015, and upper airway disorders, 2017.