exercises to strengthen the rotator cuff
muscles may also be recommended. If these conservative measures are insufficient, your physician may recommend arthroscopic surgery
During arthroscopic surgery, the doctor will examine the rim and the biceps
tendon. If the injury
is confined to the rim itself, without involving the tendon, the shoulder is still stable. The surgeon will remove the torn flap and correct any other associated problems. If the tear extends into the biceps tendon or if the tendon is detached, the shoulder is unstable. The surgeon will need to repair and reattach the tendon using absorbable tacks, wires, or sutures.
Tears below the middle of the socket are also associated with shoulder instability. The surgeon will reattach the ligament and tighten the shoulder socket by folding over and "pleating" the tissues.
But before that you should consult a physiotherapiste, for exersice.