Want to follow just as much as offer advice as I've been suffering through shoulder issues for a couple years.
First an aside: bench press is an exercise that everyone thinks they know how to do, 80% have no idea, 10%know but are still figuring out how to do right, and probably 10% of people actually do right. I was in the 80% up until late last year and I've been doing them for 20+ years. I wish someone had taken the time to teach me or kick me off the bench years ago.
One thing you may want to look in to is soft tissue therapy. I went to Airrosti last year to start rehab and it's made a huge difference. Make friends with a lacrosse ball and a foam roller. Look up myofascial release and learn how to work these points with your lacrosse ball. If it hurts, you're probably doing some good. You can also look for smash works on YouTube.
Another tip would be to get a slingshot from Mark Bell. Great training and rehab tool. In the meantime, try not to aggravate it and consider yourself lucky you still have full function. My original injury was 3+ years ago and I still don't have full function even with aggressive rehab.