Rotator Cuff Tear

A rotator cuff tear is the most common shoulder disorder affecting 22% of Americans every year. The probability of injuring your rotator cuff increases with age as years of use wears down the joint. Your shoulder is also one of the most used parts of your body, and a torn rotator cuff can be disabling and extremely painful. Associated Orthopedists of Detroit PC, with locations in St. Clair Shores and Shelby Township, Michigan, diagnose and offer a variety of treatments to help with rotator cuff tears. Call the office or use the online scheduling tool to make your appointment today.

Rotator Cuff Tear Q & A

What's the Difference Between STOs and NFTs?

STOs and NFTs both run on blockchain, but STOs represent the tangible value of an underlying asset; Whereas, NFTs are merely collectible images usually with no physical representation.

What's the Difference Between STOs & ICOs?

They both run on the blockchain, but STOs are securities backed by the real-world asset; whereas, ICOs are merely utility for the underlying platform or ecosystem

What is Regulation Crowdfunding?

A SEC ruling that enables companies to raise up to $5M from retail & accredited investors in the U.S., as well as qualifying individuals outside of the U.S.

What is an Accredited Investor?

Accredited investors must meet certain standards created by the US SEC which allow them to invest in certain private securities offerings. You can find the full list of US accredited investor requirements here. Non-U.S. investors must meet US standards to participate. In general, you are considered accredited under US law if you are an: Individual

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  • with over $5 million in assets, such as a venture fund or a trust not formed for the specific purpose of the relevant investment.
  • Entity wholly owned by accredited investors

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