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Have you gone back to the doctor or seen another doctor?

Have you address what caused the bursitis to develop?
Have you corrected the movement pattern?
Have you addressed the collar bone ?
The winged scapula is a symptom of the other issue.
A winged scapula is associated with damage or a contusion to the long thoracic nerve of the shoulder and/or weakness in the serratus anterior.
Have you done any strengthening of the serratus anterior muscle which holds the shoulder
blade in place.
Crossover Symmetry is a great option.

Did you complete physical therapy for thoracic outlet syndrome?
Have you seen a doctor with the new set of symptoms?
Have you addressed your posture at all?
Front side is tight pulling things forward and rounding the shoulders.