This is the most recommended treatment for labral tears. Non-invasive treatment mostly involves increasing the circulation of blood in the shoulder through physical therapy. It is great for the internal impingement where the rotator cuff rubs on the posterior labrum. It helps to change the throwing mechanics, strengthen the muscles that rotate the shoulder, and stretches the posterior capsule, thus reducing injuries. Typically, the physician will prescribe non-steroidal medication to assist in relieving inflammation.