First of all, thank you for your beverage. I like it. A lot.
Whatever program you choose, I'd suggest making sure to include some "prehab" stuff to keep you healthy. Things like foam rolling and some direct core work (planks, Pallof press, etc.) would be a start to make sure you keep your "problem areas" strong and healthy.
There are tons of plans in the Archives, but this one from Tim Henriques is specifically-designed for people coming back to training after an injury. It's prettyy different, doing sets for time instead of reps, but might be worth considering.
Wendler's 5/3/1 is probably one of the most versatile templates around, so you could start with something as "simple" as his 2 day a week routine and increase the training after a month or so.