I don't know the exact nature of your shoulder problems, but there might be some exercises for upper body pushing that you can load up on.
-Bench Press with Chains
-Reverse Band Bench Press
And you can mix and match these too.
Can you do any overhead work?
Like maybe light high rep seated dumbbell snatches, or cuban presses, overhead shrugs, shoulder press lockouts, or something like neutral grip one arm db presses?
I mention those exercises specifically because often people with shoulder issues can do these pain free and can even improve shoulder health.
Just to restate, I'm not telling you these will work, just some food for thought regarding your shoulders.
One thing I like about your set up is that you're not going crazy with extra fluff work.
It's a little hard to give any specific suggestions without knowing anything about your level of experience and development under the iron and without any percentages.
If your a beginner you could just repeat that set up ad nauseam, but if you're more advanced, you'll want to to have two blocks. An accumulation block and an intensification block.
Accumulation would have more volume and lower intensities and intensification would be less volume and higher intensities.
In the accumulation, you'll have heavy enough work to maintain or even increase strength and enough volume for body comp and conditioning and for the intensification you'll have just enough volume to maintain conditioning and body comp and the intensity to drive your maxes up.