your stack looks solid.
I'm positively surprised you're using Arginine - not many people know that it boosts the proliferation phase of wound healing.
You might want to look into TB-500.
Can't comment on the other AAS you've mentioned, but Test-E is purported to assist in wound healing.
I know that Deca is not a good choice for ligament and tendon healing, but don't know about its effects on bone.
Should you perchance be hypothyroid, don't forget to take your T4/T3.
Don't undereat: your body needs to repair macroscropic structural damage. This is very demanding.
Barring any medical conditions, I'd eat 40/30/30 (P/C/F) If I was in your shoes.
Just go by the mirror. Should you see noticeable fat gain after a week or so, adjust calories accordingly.
Don't train your upper body or at least don't train your injured side.
It's only a month, man. Specialize in lower body training (no shoulder loading exercises, ofc). Be active within reasonable parameters. Engaged metabolism = good healing.
Also, keep in mind that the brunt of healing takes place within 6 weeks.
With another 6 weeks on top to smooth things over (put very simply).
After that, your body is done healing, no matter potentially remaining damage.
So, better don't mess around with half-assed and potentially aggravating exercises during the first 6 weeks.
Have a speedy recovery, man.