The Doctors

Dr. Vince R. Goff, D.C.

Doctor of Chiropractic

Dr. Vince R. Goff is a 1979 graduate of Sherman College of Chiropractic. As a lifelong resident of Dundee, he has been caring for chiropractic patients for 41 years.

In addition to his chiropractic practice, Dr. Goff has been active on the Board of Directors of two state chiropractic organizations, as well as locally for eight years on the Dundee Community Schools Board of Education.

Dr. Goff also served as State President of the Michigan Jaycees in 1992-93, and was recognized by the U.S. Jaycees as one of the top 5 Presidents in the United States.

Casey Beinlich, D.C.

Chiropractic Physician

Dr. Casey Beinlich was born and raised in Madison, WI. Where he spent his early years playing sports. Everything from soccer, baseball, football, hockey, and lacrosse. He attended Madison Memorial High School where he played hockey and lacrosse.

After graduating from high school he went on to Central Michigan University where he continued to play lacrosse eventually being voted team captain and president in his senior year. After his 4 years of eligibility were up he spent his last year as the defensive coordinator and goalie coach for CMU, and graduating CMU with a major in biomedical sciences and a minor in chemistry.

After graduating from CMU he spent 2 years working in the biotech industry back in Madison, and coaching his old high school lacrosse team. After a year at the biotech company he decided he wanted to find a new career that would allow him to help the people in his community more actively. He found chiropractic the perfect fit between, his beliefs about health, and the most effective way to help those in the community

Dr. Beinlich attended Life University in Marietta Ga, and graduated Cum Laude in March of 2016. After graduating Dr. Beinlich worked at an office in Uniontown, OH. After a year in Ohio Dr. Beinlich decided to move back to Michigan to be closer to his undergraduate and chiropractic school friends, currently working at Dundee chiropractic.

Dr. Beinlich spends his free time cooking at home, working out, golfing and going for jogs in nearby outdoor trails. He is also a huge Badger and Packer fan, and makes a pilgrimage to Lambeau field as often as possible.