Amy C. Kasper, M.D.

I would describe my practice as a real mix in terms of patients’ ages and types of issues I deal with. One of the things I like best about my job is the variety throughout each day. In a typical day, I can see a three- day old newborn, an 18 year old getting their college checkup, a child with a broken arm, spend time encouraging a depressed teen as we explore medication and therapy options, and discussing the pitfalls of toilet training with a parent of a toddler! Knowledge is an important part of being a good pediatrician, but enjoying children of all ages and relating to their families is the art of this profession. My
particular interests include infant/toddler development, asthma and celiac disease. With each year of “mom experience”, I feel better equipped to help parents navigate the challenges that come with different stages of childhood and adolescence.

I live in Wilbraham and have three grown children; Ryan (a graduate of Auburn University now attending flight school), Jeff (a student at West Virginia University) and Lauren – a senior ready to head to Endicott College. I have been a soccer mom, have served on the PTO, and in my spare time I enjoy singing, reading, traveling, baking and skiing. I also serve as the physician for both Hampden-Wilbraham Regional School District and Wilbraham Monson Academy.

My entire medical career has been spent here in western MA. I feel blessed to have trained here and continued to work in the same community. Because I both live and work in Wilbraham, I am very invested in my patients and their families. Many are friends, neighbors, and have been classmates or teammates to my kids. It is a unique situation but one that I wouldn’t trade! I look forward to serving your family along with my fellow staff here at  Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine.