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SARAH STACKPOLE, MD, FACS

Board Certified Otolaryngologist (ENT)

Specializing in the Care of the Professional Voice, and Acupuncture / Trigger Point Treatment

Dr. Stackpole is an experienced otolaryngologist, as well as a trained singer and acupuncturist. She is a graduate of Weill Cornell Medical College.  She completed her otolaryngology training at Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital, where she was the director of the Laryngology clinic. A Juilliard-trained classical singer, Dr. Stackpole has cared for many voice professionals: Broadway and opera singers, voice teachers, and professional speakers.  She has worked with many performers, bringing her knowledge of the demands of active performance to the patient’s individual care. She has lectured to voice classes at Manhattan School of Music and Mannes School of Music. She also continues to perform as a choral singer.

Dr. Stackpole has a long-standing interest in holistic healthcare.  She obtained her acupuncture certification at Tri-State College of Acupuncture, where she joined the faculty. Using both her medical diagnostic skills and an integrative approach to health, Dr. Stackpole treats a wide variety of conditions. She is specially trained in Western acupuncture techniques, including trigger point release.  She draws on her acupuncture training to augment the care of her patients.

Dr. Stackpole focuses on diagnosing the patient’s condition, and how it impacts the quality of life.

Over the past 25 years, she has helped many patients clarify complex diagnoses, and achieve better health through teamwork and thoughtful selections in planning individual care.

Sarah Stackpole, MD, FACS | Patient Reviews

“Excellent care. Dr. Stackpole helped me through a difficult time with my voice while I had the challenge of performing every night.” – Patient NH

“I always leave happy & with a full understanding of what I need to do. There is no better doctor for me =).” – Patient MB

“Dr. Stackpole is a wonderful physician who really cares about her patient. She goes out of her way to give the best care possible.” – Patient EB

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